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A history of the national woman's rights movement, for twenty years : with the proceedings of the decade meeting held at Apollo Hall, October 20, 1870, from 1850 to 1870 ; with an appendix containing the history of the movement during the winter of 1871, in the national capitol

A history of the national woman's rights movement, for twenty years : with the proceedings of the decade meeting held at Apollo Hall, October 20, 1870, from 1850 to 1870 ; with an appendix containing the history of the movement during the winter of 1871, in the national capitol

 
 
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This pamphlet includes speeches by Matilda Joselyn Gage and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and an appendix including information on actions taken since the convention, including the memorial of Victoria Woodhull to Congress, 19 December 1870, and her "Great Secession" speech before the NAWSA at Apollo Hall, May 11, 1871.
"The new rebellion : the great secession speech of Victoria C. Woodhull before the National Woman's Suffrage Convention, at Apollo Hall, May 11,1871." -- p. 112-119.
"A new political party and a new party platform," a plaform of principles of a just government signed by Victoria C. Woodhull and read by her at the request of Mrs. Lucretia Mott during the Suffrage Convention held in Apollo Hall, May 11 and 12, 1871.--p. [40F]-40J.
"A lecture on constitutional equality ... by Victoria C. Woodhull. New York, 1871": 28 p. at end.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site, and on microfilm (Microfilm 61894 JK).

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