How I learned to ride the bicycle: reflections of an influential 19th century woman

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Fair Oaks Pub., 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 104 pages
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A nineteenth century leader of the women's reform movement describes how, at thirty-three, she learned to ride a bicycle

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Review: How I Learned to Ride the Bicycle: Reflections of an Influential 19th Century Woman

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I chose a this book because of my new interest in the role the bicycle played in the feminist movement of the 1800's. Fun philosophy and wit from at 1890 feminist. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this ... Read full review

Review: How I Learned to Ride the Bicycle: Reflections of an Influential 19th Century Woman

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Bicycles and rational dress were a major influence on freeing women to participate in more strenuous social activities. Cycling though gave women the freedom to move at will unlike any other sport ... Read full review

Contents

Do Everything
1
The Early Years
81
Bibliography
99
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