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A Woman's Work: The Storied Life of Pioneer Esther Morris, the World’s First Female Justice of the Peace Rating:

Esther Morris (1812-1902) was a unique American woman whose life paralleled the dramatic events of the 19th century: abolition, railroads, Civil War, and suffrage. She lived on three frontiers and made a difference on each one. Ultimately, by organizing what may have been the second most important tea party in American history, she made it possible for Wyoming to be the first place in America where women could vote.

This new novel by Marian Betancourt tells this remarkable woman's story, highlighting how her work changed the face of women's rights in Wyoming and America.

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Product Details

Recommended Age Adults
Author Marian Betancourt
ISBN 1493027298
Publication Date Oct 1, 2017
Publisher TwoDot
Language English