The mortality of nations: an address delivered before the American Equal Rights Association, in New York, Thursday evening. May 9, 1867

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Title

The mortality of nations: an address delivered before the American Equal Rights Association, in New York, Thursday evening. May 9, 1867

Description

Parker Pillsbury was an abolitionist orator and author who helped to draft the constitution of the American Equal Rights Association in 1865; served as vice-president of the New Hampshire Woman Suffrage; and in 1868 and 1869, edited "The Revolution" with Elizabeth Cady Stanton. This address argues for universal suffrage regardless of race or gender.

Date

1867-05-09

Subject

American Equal Rights Association
Civilization--History

Creator

Pillsbury, Parker, 1809-1898

Publisher

New York : R.J. Johnston, printer

Format

13 p.

Language

English

Identifier

ALMS.1867.01

Coverage

New York

Original Format

Tracts (documents)

Physical Dimensions

23 cm.

URL

Available online through the Library of Congress American Memory Project

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