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Frederick Douglass and the Underground Railroad book traces slavery in New York State up to the Civil War
Report of the Women's Rights Convention ~ Held at Seneca Falls, N.Y. July 19th and 20th, 1848 Source: Seneca Falls Historical Society 3.5" x 5.5"
At age six, Susan B. Anthony moved with her family to eastern New York. This book covers her school years and her the events that affected her family before they moved to Rochester, NY.
Frederick Douglass and the Underground Railroad is a 100-page soft-covered book which traces slavery in New York State from its early existence within the Dutch colony called New Netherlands, through its years as a British colony, and finally during America's slave history up to the Civil War (1861-65).
Solitude of Self
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton believed this to be the most important speech of her lifetime. With gorgeous and direct language, she presents a compassionate appeal for human equality and dignity, and she addresses the place of solitude in the lives of women and men.
by Barbara Weisberg. A biography of an early leader in the campaign for women's rights, particularly in getting women the right to vote.
Weaving events, quotations, personalities, and commentary into a page-turning narrative, Penny Colman tells this compelling story and vividly portrays the friendship between Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, a friendship that changed history.
Failure is Impossible is a fascinating collection of Susan B. Anthony's speeches, letters, diaries and interviews woven together by Lynn Sherr's biographical commentary. Life & Work of Susan B. Anthony Vol 1-3
Failure is Impossible is a fascinating collection of Susan B. Anthony's speeches, letters, diaries and interviews woven together by Lynn Sherr's biographical commentary.
Written in a lively and dramatic style, Winning the Vote tracks the suffrage movement from its true roots, in a handful of women who spoke up for their rights, to its formal organization during the fight against slavery and the bitter, divisive battle that resulted in the 19th amendment, ratified in 1920. This 496-page volume book was researched and written by Robert PJ Cooney, Jr. in collaboration with the National Women's History Project.
'The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony'  Volumes I, II and III return to the shelves of the museum shop!   The original 1898 three volume set was scanned and printed in Rochester. After a long absence, Miss Anthony's biography proudly returns to Madison Street.  This definitive authorized biography was written by Ida Husted Harper with Susan B. Anthony's supervision.  Harper lived in the house at 17 Madison Street with Susan and Mary Anthony while researching and writing her manuscript. The final volume was completed after Anthony's death.
The Complete 6 Volume Set of the Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B., Anthony. Ann Gordon is a research professor of history at Rutgers University.