Leading the way: How New Zealand women won the vote

Megan Hutching, Author

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Megan Hutching, Author
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 318-320). Laying the foundations -- Inside the houses -- This great measure of reform -- Kate Sheppard -- Margaret Sievwright -- Annie Schnckenberg -- Marion Hatton and Helen Nicol -- Kate Edgar -- Alfred Saunders, John Hall, John Ballance, Robert Stout -- Aileen Cooke, Rosetta Baume, Ellen Melville -- Elizabeth McCombs
Historian Megan Hutching tells the story of the 1893 vote including profiles of some of the women who brought about such a massive social upheaval by changing the minds and hearts of politicians.
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320 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Megan Hutching. 2010. Leading the way: How New Zealand women won the vote, PUB-2018-18. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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