Jailed for freedom: a first-person account of the militant fight for women's rights

Title

Jailed for freedom: a first-person account of the militant fight for women's rights

Subject

Women -- Suffrage -- United States -- History.
Women -- Suffrage.

Description

Stevens was an American suffragist, woman's legal rights advocate, and author. She was the first female member of the American Institute of International Law and first chair of the Inter-American Commission of Women. This book covers the campaign of militant suffragists of America 1913-1919 for equal suffrage.

Creator

Stevens, Doris (1888-1963)

Source

Cover
Frontispice
Title page

Publisher

New York: Liveright Publishing Co.

Date

1920

Files

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Citation

Stevens, Doris (1888-1963), “Jailed for freedom: a first-person account of the militant fight for women's rights,” DeGolyer Library Exhibits, accessed May 27, 2022, https://degolyer.omeka.net/items/show/6.