Antisuffragist. Antifeminist! Pro-women? The Anomalous Alice Mary Robertson

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Article examining Oklahoma's first woman representative in the United States Congress, Alice Mary Robertson. In this article Robertson's attitudes toward suffrage, feminism, and women at home and in politics, are explored.

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24 p. : ill.

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Caldwell, Deah Spring 2010.

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  • Main Title: Antisuffragist. Antifeminist! Pro-women? The Anomalous Alice Mary Robertson
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Article examining Oklahoma's first woman representative in the United States Congress, Alice Mary Robertson. In this article Robertson's attitudes toward suffrage, feminism, and women at home and in politics, are explored.

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24 p. : ill.

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Abstract: Like most youngsters, Alice Mary Robertson, Oklahoma's first woman representative in the United States Congress, learned much from her mother's example. Roberton's formative years and her beliefs about a "woman's place" have been neglected by historians. Deah Caldwell examines Robertson's attitudes toward suffrage, feminism, and women at home and in politics.

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  • Chronicles of Oklahoma, 88(1), Oklahoma Historical Society, 2010, pp. 76-99

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  • Publication Title: Chronicles of Oklahoma
  • Volume: 88
  • Issue: 1
  • Page Start: 76
  • Page End: 99

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Caldwell, Deah. Antisuffragist. Antifeminist! Pro-women? The Anomalous Alice Mary Robertson, article, Spring 2010; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc2006501/: accessed February 1, 2023), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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