Returning to Seneca Falls: The First Woman's Rights Convention & Its Meaning for Men & Women Today

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Lindisfarne Press, 1995 - History - 198 pages
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Examines the Women's Rights Convention of 1848, with special emphasis on the vital roles of Frederick Douglass And Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and discusses the implications of the convention for all men and women thereafter.

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE I
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CHAPTER THREE
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CHAPTER FIVE
36
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About the author (1995)

BRADFORD MILLER holds a B.S. from the University of Rochester; an M.F.A. from the University of Massachusetts, where he received formal training in the study of American literature and in critical literary prose writing; and an Ed.M. from Harvard University s Graduate School of Education. Miller has published academic writing, poetry, and op-ed pieces in the daily press. His non-fiction account of the Seneca Falls First Women's Rights Convention, entitled, "Returning to Seneca Falls", was published by Lindisfarne Press.

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