"Woman's right to labor," or, Low wages and hard work: in three lectures, delivered in Boston, November, 1859
Caroline Wells Healey Dall, National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection (Library of Congress)
Walker, Wise, and Co., 1860 - Women - 184 pages
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