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The Resource Elizabeth Cady Stanton : Woman Suffragist, (electronic resource:)

Elizabeth Cady Stanton : Woman Suffragist, (electronic resource:)

Label
Elizabeth Cady Stanton : Woman Suffragist
Title
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Title remainder
Woman Suffragist
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
BIP US
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Loos, Pamela
Dewey number
324.6/23/092 B
LC call number
HQ1413.S67L66 2001
Series statement
Women of Achievement Ser.
Summary expansion
  • This addition to the Women of Achievement series focuses on one of the better-known woman suffragists of the nineteenth century. Drawing largely on Stanton's autobiography as well as a few other sources, Loos presents asurprisingly detailed psychological and emotional portrait of the revolutionary. Born in 1815 to a wealthy family, Stanton apparently started her lifelong love of learning and independence in reaction to her father's depression, which followed the death of her brother. The biography gives balanced consideration to Stanton's personal and politicallife and details her concerns about depression, motherhood, and personal loss, as well as her frustrations with the abolitionist and the women's rights movements
  • This addition to the Women of Achievement series focuses on one of the better-known woman suffragists of the nineteenth century. Drawing largely on Stanton's autobiography as well as a few other sources, Loos presents asurprisingly detailed psychological and emotional portrait of the revolutionary. Born in 1815 to a wealthy family, Stanton apparently started her lifelong love of learning and independence in reaction to her father's depression, which followed the death of her brother. The biography gives balanced consideration to Stanton's personal and politicallife and details her concerns about depression, motherhood, and personal loss, as well as her frustrations with the abolitionist and the women's rights movements
  • This addition to the Women of Achievement series focuses on one of the better-known woman suffragists of the nineteenth century. Drawing largely on Stanton's autobiography as well as a few other sources, Loos presents asurprisingly detailed psychological and emotional portrait of the revolutionary. Born in 1815 to a wealthy family, Stanton apparently started her lifelong love of learning and independence in reaction to her father's depression, which followed the death of her brother. The biography gives balanced consideration to Stanton's personal and politicallife and details her concerns about depression, motherhood, and personal loss, as well as her frustrations with the abolitionist and the women's rights movements
  • This addition to the Women of Achievement series focuses on one of the better-known woman suffragists of the nineteenth century. Drawing largely on Stanton's autobiography as well as a few other sources, Loos presents asurprisingly detailed psychological and emotional portrait of the revolutionary. Born in 1815 to a wealthy family, Stanton apparently started her lifelong love of learning and independence in reaction to her father's depression, which followed the death of her brother. The biography gives balanced consideration to Stanton's personal and politicallife and details her concerns about depression, motherhood, and personal loss, as well as her frustrations with the abolitionist and the women's rights movements
  • This addition to the Women of Achievement series focuses on one of the better-known woman suffragists of the nineteenth century. Drawing largely on Stanton's autobiography as well as a few other sources, Loos presents asurprisingly detailed psychological and emotional portrait of the revolutionary. Born in 1815 to a wealthy family, Stanton apparently started her lifelong love of learning and independence in reaction to her father's depression, which followed the death of her brother. The biography gives balanced consideration to Stanton's personal and politicallife and details her concerns about depression, motherhood, and personal loss, as well as her frustrations with the abolitionist and the women's rights movements
  • This addition to the Women of Achievement series focuses on one of the better-known woman suffragists of the nineteenth century. Drawing largely on Stanton's autobiography as well as a few other sources, Loos presents asurprisingly detailed psychological and emotional portrait of the revolutionary. Born in 1815 to a wealthy family, Stanton apparently started her lifelong love of learning and independence in reaction to her father's depression, which followed the death of her brother. The biography gives balanced consideration to Stanton's personal and politicallife and details her concerns about depression, motherhood, and personal loss, as well as her frustrations with the abolitionist and the women's rights movements
  • This addition to the Women of Achievement series focuses on one of the better-known woman suffragists of the nineteenth century. Drawing largely on Stanton's autobiography as well as a few other sources, Loos presents asurprisingly detailed psychological and emotional portrait of the revolutionary. Born in 1815 to a wealthy family, Stanton apparently started her lifelong love of learning and independence in reaction to her father's depression, which followed the death of her brother. The biography gives balanced consideration to Stanton's personal and politicallife and details her concerns about depression, motherhood, and personal loss, as well as her frustrations with the abolitionist and the women's rights movements
  • This addition to the Women of Achievement series focuses on one of the better-known woman suffragists of the nineteenth century. Drawing largely on Stanton's autobiography as well as a few other sources, Loos presents asurprisingly detailed psychological and emotional portrait of the revolutionary. Born in 1815 to a wealthy family, Stanton apparently started her lifelong love of learning and independence in reaction to her father's depression, which followed the death of her brother. The biography gives balanced consideration to Stanton's personal and politicallife and details her concerns about depression, motherhood, and personal loss, as well as her frustrations with the abolitionist and the women's rights movements
  • This addition to the Women of Achievement series focuses on one of the better-known woman suffragists of the nineteenth century. Drawing largely on Stanton's autobiography as well as a few other sources, Loos presents asurprisingly detailed psychological and emotional portrait of the revolutionary. Born in 1815 to a wealthy family, Stanton apparently started her lifelong love of learning and independence in reaction to her father's depression, which followed the death of her brother. The biography gives balanced consideration to Stanton's personal and politicallife and details her concerns about depression, motherhood, and personal loss, as well as her frustrations with the abolitionist and the women's rights movements
  • This addition to the Women of Achievement series focuses on one of the better-known woman suffragists of the nineteenth century. Drawing largely on Stanton's autobiography as well as a few other sources, Loos presents asurprisingly detailed psychological and emotional portrait of the revolutionary. Born in 1815 to a wealthy family, Stanton apparently started her lifelong love of learning and independence in reaction to her father's depression, which followed the death of her brother. The biography gives balanced consideration to Stanton's personal and politicallife and details her concerns about depression, motherhood, and personal loss, as well as her frustrations with the abolitionist and the women's rights movements
Label
Elizabeth Cady Stanton : Woman Suffragist, (electronic resource:)
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Publication
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OCM1bookssj0000332746
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unknown
Isbn
9780791052938
Lccn
00031536
Other control number
9780791052938
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000332746
Label
Elizabeth Cady Stanton : Woman Suffragist, (electronic resource:)
Publication
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000332746
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780791052938
Lccn
00031536
Other control number
9780791052938
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000332746

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