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Papers, 1870-1970

Author: Matilda Electa Josyln Gage; Barbara S Rivette
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
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Includes speeches and letters written by Gage; letters from prominent people; various suffrage tracts, program proceedings, and declarations; miscellaneous newspaper clippings; information collected by Mrs. Gage about Susan B. Anthony; and a biography of Gage written by Barbara S. rivette entitled Fayetteville's First Woman voter--Matilda Joslyn Gage which was published by the League of Women voters of  Read more...
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Named Person: Susan B Anthony; Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell; George William Curtis; Anna Elizabeth Dickinson; Frederick Douglass; Horace Greeley; Oliver Wendall Holmes; Lucretia Mott; Lucy Stone
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Matilda Electa Josyln Gage; Barbara S Rivette
OCLC Number: 37768138
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. Pierre, S.D.: South Dakota Commission on the Status of Women, 1975. 1 microfilm reel; 16 mm. Original records loaned by Mrs. Gage's granddaugher, Matilda Jewel Gage.
Description: 1 reel.
Other Titles: Fayetteville's First Woman Voter--Matilda Joslyn Gage.

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Includes speeches and letters written by Gage; letters from prominent people; various suffrage tracts, program proceedings, and declarations; miscellaneous newspaper clippings; information collected by Mrs. Gage about Susan B. Anthony; and a biography of Gage written by Barbara S. rivette entitled Fayetteville's First Woman voter--Matilda Joslyn Gage which was published by the League of Women voters of Fayetteville-Manlius in 1970.

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