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Título: Woman suffrage essential to the true ...
Editorial: Woman's Journal, American Woman Suffrage Association [187-?]
Descripción Woman's Journal, Boston, 1873. First Edition]. small 4to, pp. 4. Krichmar 1722; Franklin page 45 also lists this 4 page edition. Fine. George Frisbie Hoar (1826 &1904) was a prominent United States politician and United States Senator from Massachusetts. Hoar was long noted as a fighter against political corruption, and campaigned for the rights of African Americans and Native Americans. He argued in the Senate in favor of Women's suffrage. Nº de ref. del artículo: 57703
Descripción (Woman's Journal, American Woman Suffrage Association),, (Boston):, 1873. First edition.. [AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE: 1873]. HOAR, George Frisbie. WOMAN SUFFRAGE ESSENTIAL TO THE TRUE REPUBLIC. By Senator Geo[rge] F[risbie] Hoar. Single sheet, folded once to form 4 (octavo) pages. A speech delivered at the annual meeting of the New England Suffrage Association, Boston, May 27, 1873. Text begins: "This seems to be a season of reaction in our politics. After the sublime heroisms of the war, after all that has been gained for civil liberty in our national constitution, after the establishment of republics in France and Spain, and the extension of suffrage in England, there seems to be a little retrogression. I think the American Woman Suffrage Association is to be congratulated, that it is the only one which has in charge the defense of the principles of republicanism [applause]. [and] which have the full logical right to take themselves the august name of Republican." OCLC locates eight holdings [AAS, California(Davis), Williams, Brown, Harvard, Colby, and Chicago]. George Frisbie Hoar (1826-1904), an influential United States Senator from Massachusetts, advocated, in the Senate , for woman suffrage as early as 1886. A near fine copy, with light creasing at lower corner. Nº de ref. del artículo: 78012
Descripción Woman's Journal Office, Boston, 1873. 4" x 6". 23, [1 blank] pp. At head of title, 'Woman Suffrage Tracts No. 8.' Stitched, Fine. This is the first printing of Hoar's Address, one of the tracts published by the American Woman Suffrage Association. A four-page version under similar title also issued in 1873.OCLC 7703316 , 191280292 . Nº de ref. del artículo: 25045