Woman Suffrage and Woman's Profession

Woman Suffrage and Woman's Profession

Microform - 1871
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Despite her commitment to improving women's lives by educating them in the principles of domestic science, Beecher was against suffrage for women, believing that the majority of women were not sufficiently educated or mature to accept the responsibility of suffrage.
Publisher: Hartford : Brown & Gross, 1871
Branch Call Number: GR A 198.6 3
HQ1211 .G47 1983x
Characteristics: 210, [121]-133 p. : ill. ; 19 cm


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