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On Wisconsin Women: Working for Their Rights from Settlement to Suffrage

On Wisconsin Women: Working for Their Rights from Settlement to Suffrage

Genevieve McBride

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In On Wisconsin Women, Genevieve McBride traces women's work in reform movements in the state's politics and especially in its press. Even before Wisconsin became a state in 1848, women's news and opinions appeared in abolitionist journals and "temperance sheets," if often anonymously. But the first paper in Wisconsin published under a woman's name, however, was boycotted by Milwaukee printers and failed in 1853.

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