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How the Civil War Ended the Women’s Rights Movement”

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  • Categories: Lectures
  • Event posted: Aug. 8, 2007
  • Last updated: Feb. 19, 2009

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Presented by Diane Eickhoff; sponsored by Samuel J. Churchill Camp #4, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. When Clarina Nichols got women's rights written into the Kansas Constitution in 1859, she believed full suffrage was just around the corner. Instead, it would take another 60 years. Diane Eickhoff, author of Revolutionary Heart, the "Read Across Lawrence" 2007 selection, explains why. Watkins Community Museum of History 1047 Mass. St., 785-841-4109, Free

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