Constitutional equality a right of woman: or, A consideration of the various relations which she sustains as a necessary part of the body of society and humanity; with her duties to herself--together with a review of the Constitution of the United States, showing that the right to vote is guaranteed to all citizens.

Title

Constitutional equality a right of woman: or, A consideration of the various relations which she sustains as a necessary part of the body of society and humanity; with her duties to herself--together with a review of the Constitution of the United States, showing that the right to vote is guaranteed to all citizens.

Subject

Cook, Tennessee Claflin, -- Lady, -- 1845-1923
Women -- Suffrage -- United States.
Women's rights.
Women -- Social and moral questions.
Women -- Suffrage.

Description

Cook was a suffragist and one of the first women to open a Wall Street brokerage firm. Here she argues that “both sexes are born equal, possessed of the same essential germinal qualities of character, conscience and intellect, and entitled to the same blessing of growth and development, the reception of which would conduce to their continual equality.”

Creator

Cook, Lady Tennessee Claflin (1845-1923)

Source

Cover
Frontispice
Title page
Introduction

Publisher

New York: Woodhull, Claflin, & co.

Date

1871

Format

Print book

Language

English

Identifier

JK1901 .C7 1871

Files

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Citation

Cook, Lady Tennessee Claflin (1845-1923), “Constitutional equality a right of woman: or, A consideration of the various relations which she sustains as a necessary part of the body of society and humanity; with her duties to herself--together with a review of the Constitution of the United States, showing that the right to vote is guaranteed to all citizens.,” DeGolyer Library Exhibits, accessed November 29, 2022, https://degolyer.omeka.net/items/show/99.