Lecture Description

This lecture situates the 1870s battle for woman suffrage in frontier California within the national movement, as it splintered into rival organizations seeking the allegiance of local activists, and examines the unique circumstances of the California movement as it sought to avoid entanglements that would interfere with its goals.

CATEGORIES

West Women's Rights, Activism, and Suffrage

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