The woman-suffrage movement in the United States, a study; by a lawyer.

Title

The woman-suffrage movement in the United States, a study; by a lawyer.

Subject

Women -- Suffrage -- United States.
Women -- Suffrage.
Women -- Social and moral questions.
Women -- Social conditions.

Description

Dedicated “To my mother whose mind moved the hand that held the pen.” From an unknown author, this work examines the suffrage movement through the legal issues of marriage, divorce, taxation and religion. According to the author, “female suffrage is based on the assumption that the sexes are equal in all thigs personal, legal, and political…” (pg. 64).

Creator

A lawyer, pseud.

Source

Cover
Title page

Publisher

Boston, Arena Publishing Company

Date

1895

Format

Print book

Language

English

Identifier

JK1901 .W84

Files

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Citation

A lawyer, pseud., “The woman-suffrage movement in the United States, a study; by a lawyer.,” DeGolyer Library Exhibits, accessed November 29, 2022, https://degolyer.omeka.net/items/show/101.