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The Woman's Advocate was among the first publications focused on issues related to women's equality. The mission of the Woman's Advocate was to "labor for the legal and political equality of women . . . . also consider the questions of woman's work,…

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The Woman's Advocate was among the first publications focused on issues related to women's equality. The mission of the Woman's Advocate was to "labor for the legal and political equality of women . . . . also consider the questions of woman's work,…

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The Oneida Community, founded by John Humphrey Noyes, was a religiously based, socialist group of about 250, dedicated to living as one family and to sharing all property, work, and love. The Community disbanded in 1880 and formed a corporation,…

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Essay published by the London Society for Women's Suffrage about the definition of women's suffrage.

The author describes the meaning of the word suffrage, the importance of recognizing the joint issues of taxation and representation, and the…

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This weekly paper was affiliated with the Woman's Journal and edited by Alice Stone Blackwell. The goal was to convert and recruit women to the cause. In this issue, articles included: Why Should Women Vote? Are women represented? Men and women…

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Rossiter Johnson was a prominent author and editor whose wife, Helen Kendrick Johnson, also a writer, was active in the anti-suffrage movement.

The author discusses reasons why women's suffrage would be a mistake, including the idea that African…

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Inscribed with author's presentation slip: "To Miss Edna Farr compliments of Thomas Holmes"

The Rev. Thomas Holmes, D.D. was a pastor and educator, who became the president of Union Christian College in Merom, Indiana from 1865 until 1875. The…

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Ellen Mitchell was a philosopher, educator, and reformer. She met Julia Ward Howe at the Concord School of Philosophy in 1879. When Howe died in 1910, Mitchell published this eulogy for her.

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This pamphlet includes papers read by two women, Mary Stuart Kilgour and Miss E.M.A. Smith to members of the Association of University Women Teachers.