No vote for women : the denial of suffrage in reconstruction America / Bernadette Cahill
- Cahill, Bernadette
- Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 
- Physical Description:
- viii, 335 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- The Negro's hour -- Men only -- Women need not apply -- On their own -- That word "male" -- Petitions, obstruction, and reform -- The American Equal Rights Association -- The Fourteenth Amendment and that word "male" -- Censorship, suffrage campaigning and New York State -- Campaign penury, organizational skills and cooperation -- Equal suffrage for Washington, D.C. -- Woman's champion -- Stanton speaks -- The war of the politicians -- Enter Kansas -- The end of cooperation -- Stepping forward in Kansas -- Not another man -- AERA discord -- Anti-woman sentiment -- Fighting on two fronts -- Albany goes down -- Kansas heats up -- Another Albany skirmish -- The women's money stolen -- Reinforcements -- Kansas: men v. citizens -- Desperate measures -- Waiting for train -- Unprecedented audiences -- Against men's arguments against women -- Campaigning for the forgotten woman -- One of the best misunderstood statesmen -- Women at the polls -- No press, pulpit or politicians -- Finding their voice -- The aftermath.
- "From 1865, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton led campaigns for equal rights for all but were ultimately defeated. This book weaves Anthony's and Stanton's campaigns together with national and congressional events, in the process uncovering relationships between events and revealing the devastating impact on the women and their campaign for civil rights for all citizens"--
- 9781476673332 paperback
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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