The Antebellum Activists: Gender, Race, and Class in pre-Civil War America

The Antebellum Activists: Gender, Race, and Class in pre-Civil War America

The activism of the American Revolution, Antebellum and Civil War periods transformed the lives and cultures of women along all color lines and racial strata.

Could the reforms of universal suffrage, abolition, and women’s rights have happened without the injustices of slavery and patriarchy?

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