Acquaintances, old and new, among reformers, by Olympia Brown (1911).
Acquaintances, old and new, among reformers
Brown was the first woman to enter the clergy of any American church (she was ordained a Universalist minister in 1863) and a lifelong suffrage advocate and associate of Susan B. Anthony. She moved to Racine, Wis., in 1878 to head a local church, and was p[resident of Wisconsin's Woman Suffrage Association from 1884 to 1912. This autobiography focuses on her work in the early women's rights movement.
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The Woman's Suffrage Movement
|Creator: ||Brown, Olympia, 1835-1926.
|Pub Data: ||Milwaukee: S.E. Tate, 1911.
|Citation: ||Brown, Olympia. Acquaintances, old and new, among reformers. (Milwaukee: S.E. Tate, 1911);
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