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The Woman Movement in America: A Short Account of the Struggle for Equal Rights by  Belle SQUIRE - 1st Edition - November 1911 - from Attic Books and

The Woman Movement in America: A Short Account of the Struggle for Equal Rights

by SQUIRE, Belle

Condition: Very good

Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., November 1911. 1st Edition. Cloth. Very good. 17 cm. viii, [2], 285p. Green cloth boards with black and blind impressing. Some staining and wear to spine. Some curving to front board. Includes 13 black and white portraits of important figures in the history of the women's movement including frontispiece photographic portrait of Susan B. Anthony. Good condition.

Belle Squire (?-1939) was an American music teacher, lecturer, and prominent leader in the women's suffrage movement. Alongside Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Squire co-founded the Alpha Suffrage Club, America's first black women's suffrage association in the United States. This book marks an important moment in the history of feminism as both a history of the movement and as an important text in its own right.


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