Leaflet : Shall women be burdened with the ballot? / by Theodore L. Cuyler. May, 1894. [Circa 1894-1900]

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Title

Leaflet : Shall women be burdened with the ballot? / by Theodore L. Cuyler. May, 1894. [Circa 1894-1900]

Description

Essay by Theodore Ledyard Cuyler, published by the Protest Committee of the Brooklyn Women's Anti-Suffrage League.

Cuyler was a Presbyterian minister and writer who was a well-known supporter of the temperance movement and opponent of women's suffrage. In this essay, he offers eight reasons why women should not want the right to vote.

Date

[Circa 1894-1900]

Subject

Albany Anti-Suffrage Association
Anti-suffrage
Cuyler, Theodore L. (Theodore Ledyard), 1822-1909
Homemakers
Religion and politics
United States--New York--Albany
Women--Suffrage--New York
Women's Anti-Suffrage Association of the Third Judicial District of the State of New York (Albany, N.Y.)

Creator

Cuyler, Theodore L. (Theodore Ledyard), 1822-1909

Publisher

[Brooklyn, N.Y. : Protest Committee, 1894]

Albany, N.Y. : Women's Anti-Suffrage Association of the Third Judicial District of the State of New York

Format

4 p.

Language

English

Identifier

DOCU.1000.47

Text

"Let the high endeavor of every good woman be to do her full duty to God, to society, to her family and to the commonwealth, in the great sphere in which God has placed her. Woman must do her work for her country as woman and not as a counterfeit man. We do not need her at the polls, but those who do go to the polls need a good mother's training and good home influence."

Original Format

Leaflets (printed works)

Physical Dimensions

23 cm.

URL

Available online through Google Books https://books.google.com/books?id=Z9MvAQAAMAAJ&lpg=PA81&ots=qOK782QBnB&dq=%22woman%20suffragists'%20weakness%22&pg=PA7-IA66#v=onepage&q=shall%20women%20be%20burdened%20with%20the%20ballot?&f=false

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