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February 25, 1859 Here is an appeal from Susan B. Anthony, directed  To The Readers of The Liberator in the State of New York.  Anthony calls for women to sign…

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September 12, 1856 The Springfield Republican tells of a lecture by Anthony, at the close of the session of the Normal School Convention.  Her subject was, “Is it desirable that…

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WOMAN’S RIGHTS  —  The Second Annual New York State Woman’s Rights Convention will be held at ALBANY, In Association Hall, Thursday and Friday afternoons and evenings, Feb. 7 and 8. …

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WOMAN’S RIGHTS The Ninth Anniversary of the National Woman’s Rights Association will be held in Mozart Hall, Broadway, New York, on Thursday evening, May 12th, at half-past 7 o’clock.   Addresses…

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TO THE FRIENDS OF WOMAN’S RIGHTS    Out movement has been received with unexpected favor. The necessity of some change in the condition of those women dependent for their support,…

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   Woman’s Convention.  The Woman’s Temperance Convention in New York City, on the 7th, was fully attended and admirably conducted.  A fine spirit pervaded the body itself, and all who heard…

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The title above is followed by a listing of Conventions to be held in New York.  Locations mentioned include Rochester, Utica, Rome, Corland, Fulton, Oswego, Port Byron, Syracuse, Auburn, and…

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February 8, 1861 There is one brief article from Parker Pillsbury, telling of a mob which interrupted an abolition meeting in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and a second letter from Susan…

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