History of Woman Suffrage

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History of Woman Suffrage, Volume 1: 1848-1861 Publisher's Summary

History of Woman Suffrage is a window into the suffragette movement, a front-row seat to the fight for women’s rights. This historic work draws a dramatic picture of  the massive effort and struggle that took place in America from 1848 to 1861 through letters and documents, as well as uncensored thoughts and ideas from women during this evolving time, all rich with lively wit. The writing is vivid and compelling, with rousing speeches defending the legitimacy of the request for suffrage and strong, witty defense against those too comfortable in the status quo. Documented in great detail through primary sources, notes, letters, newspapers, and journals, this first volume spans 40 years of key insight into the suffrage movement. 

Originally compiled and edited by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Suzy B. Anthony, and Matilda Joselyn Gage, History of Woman Suffrage, Volume 1 starts from the very beginning. Now available as an audiobook for the first time, History of Woman Suffrage is even more poignant today. As the effort for true women’s equality continues for us, we can listen to our foresisters make history in the face of what they overcame.

Narrators:

  • Karen Commins
  • Sarah Sampino
  • Stephanie Németh-Parker
  • LaNecia Edmonds
  • Nikki Zakocs
  • Amy Deuchler
  • Jennifer March
  • Hope Newhouse
  • Amanda Stribling
  • Blair Seibert
  • Austenne Grey
  • Kristina Rothe
  • Aven Shore
  • Sara Sheckells
  • Andy Garcia-Ruse
  • Krystal Hammond 
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