The First Voice of Australian Feminism: Excerpts from Louisa Lawson's The Dawn 1888-1895
Olive Lawson, Louisa Lawson
Simon & Schuster in assoc. with New Endeavour Press, 1990 - Australia - 363 pages
A selection of writings from the first Australian journal which actively campaigned for women's rights. Collated, introduced and annotated by Louisa Lawson's great-granddaughter. Excerpts include miscellaneous articles, correspondence, poems and short stories, and household hints.
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About The Dawn
A Subscriptions List
A Selection of Miscellaneous Articles
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Albury Australian baby beauty better boys Budgee child clean clothes comfort compositors daughter Dawn Club Dawn Office Dawn's dress Dubbo duty Editress EDWARDS DUNLOP February feel friends girls give grow hand happy heart Henry Lawson Hettie hope human husband interest issue journal keep labour lady live look Louisa Lawson marriage Marrickville married matter mind Miss Mitchell Library moral mother muscular muscular development natural never ourselves Paddy's Market paper Peitho person pleasure poor Queensland question quiet ragged schools readers reason selfish shillings sisters sleep social society South Wales stand Street suffrage Sydney sympathy Teach things thought tion trade trouble wash wife wish wives woman womanhood women warders women's suffrage young