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Alice Paul and the American suffrage campaign
Katherine H. Adams
Crystal Eastman : a revolutionary life
Sisters : the lives of America's suffragists
Jean H. Baker
Portraits of American women : from settlement to the present
G. J. Barker-Benfield
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