From parlor to prison: Five American suffragists talk about their lives - paperback
From parlor to prison: Five American suffragists talk about their lives - paperback
From parlor to prison: Five American suffragists talk about their lives - paperback
From parlor to prison: Five American suffragists talk about their lives - paperback
From parlor to prison: Five American suffragists talk about their lives - paperback

From parlor to prison: Five American suffragists talk about their lives - paperback

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285 pages
published in 1976

pages have discoloration but book in in great condition.

In this vivid and unique recreation of the American suffrage struggle, five unknown women from various economic, regional and social backgrounds reveal, in their own voices, what it was like to be a suffrage many decades ago.

These interviews are great reading. They give you a picture of what life was like for young women in America from about 1890 to 1920. It is excellent reading for adults and children. 

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