The Women's Conquest of New-York. Being an account of The Rise and Progress of the Women's Rights Movement; of the Grant of Female Suffrage; of the Formation of the Area League; of the Capture by the Women Voters of the Government of New York by the Election as Mayoress of Bridget O'Dowd; and the Season of Female Despotism which thereafter ensued, and which was ended by an appeal to Primitive Natural Law

TitleThe Women's Conquest of New-York. Being an account of The Rise and Progress of the Women's Rights Movement; of the Grant of Female Suffrage; of the Formation of the Area League; of the Capture by the Women Voters of the Government of New York by the Election as Mayoress of Bridget O'Dowd; and the Season of Female Despotism which thereafter ensued, and which was ended by an appeal to Primitive Natural Law
Year for Search1894
Authors[Janvier], [Thomas Allibone](1849-1913)
Tertiary AuthorsA Member of the Committee of Safety of 1908 [pseud.]
Date Published1894
PublisherHarper & Brothers
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Satire. Anti-women’s rights. Anti-suffrage, Anti-Irish.

Info Notes

The title page gives the date of publication as 1954.

Pseudonym

A Member of the Committee of Safety of 1908 [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

DLC, L

Author Note

(1849-1913)

Full Text

1894 [Janvier, Thomas Allibone] (1849-1913). The Women’s Conquest of New-York. Being an account of The Rise and Progress of the Women’s Rights Movement; of the Grant of Female Suffrage; of the Formation of the Area League; of the Capture by the Women Voters of the Government of New York by the Election as Mayoress of Bridget O’Dowd; and the Season of Female Despotism which thereafter ensued, and which was ended by an appeal to Primitive Natural Law. By a Member of the Committee of Safety of 1908 [pseud.]. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1953 [date on the title page]. DLC, L

Satire. Anti-women’s rights. Anti-suffrage, Anti-Irish.