Constitutional equality a right of woman; or, A consideration of the various relations which she sustains as a necessary part of the body of society and humanity; with her duties to herself-together with a review of the Constitution of the United States, showing that the right to vote is guaranteed to all citizens. Also a review of the rights of children.
|Main Author:||Cook, Tennessee Claflin, Lady, 1845-1923.|
New York, Woodhull, Claflin & co., 1871.
Women > Suffrage.
Women > Social conditions.
Microfilm. New Haven, Conn.: Research Publications, Inc., 1977.--35 mm.--(History of Women; 2607)
, 148 p.
|Locate a Print Version:||Find in a library service is not available from this catalog. Search Worldcat|
- Full view (original from New York Public Library)