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The Woman's Tribune

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The Woman's Tribune is a database that provides full-text access (both in digitized and text formats) to the biweekly newspaper of the same name published between 1883-1909. It contains the full run of all 724 issues of this title, which was the second-longest-running women's suffrage newspaper in the United States. It was highly regarded by suffrage movement leaders and Elizabeth Cady Stanton contributed frequently to this publication. This newspaper was intended for general circulation and reached a wide audience as its founder, Clara Bewick Colby, included a variety of topics relevant and important to women especially individuals living in the rural Midwest and West. Content found in this resource includes advertisements, book reviews, domestic new stories, editorials, poetry, recipes, and international coverage of suffragist issues. This resource would support the research needs of faculty, advanced undergraduates, and graduate students.

Publication date: July 1, 2021

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