Visible Women: Women in Public in the United States, 1865–1910

Lecture Description

The lecture offers an overview of women’s public roles in the post-Civil War era, focusing on three ways in which organized groups of women took action to make themselves publicly visible: monument-building by heritage associations, reshaping city landscapes, and seeking partial or full suffrage.


Women's Rights, Activism, and Suffrage

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