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THE WOMAN'S VOICE; Public School Champion

HILL, Mrs. Eliza Trask (1840-1908)

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Folio, Each issue is printed on news print and is 4 pages.May 19, 1894 through May 18, 1895. 31 issues Vol. V #'s 20,21,23,24,25,27,29,32,34,36,37,38,39,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49; Vol VI #'1,2,3,4,56,7,11,13,20. Several issues show marginal tears, one is torn in two along the central fold. Willard and Livermore, America Women pp 379-380. Mrs. Hill supported woman suffrage from a family of anti-slavery activists. She was a teacher for 10 years and one of the first to join the Temperance Union. She actively worked for societies that helped working women and worked for the Prohibition Party." During the public school agitation in Boston in 1888 when twenty thousand women rescued the public school from mismanagement, Mrs. Hill was among the leaders of the movement . she was president of the independent voters, a recognized powerful political organization. The need of a party organ was felt and Mrs. Hill, unaided at first, began the publication in Boston of a weekly newspaper, which is now (sic) cared for by a stock company of women, Mrs. Hill is (sic) editor of the paper, which is called the "Woman's Voice and Public School Champion[ p. 380]. Bookseller Inventory # 55129

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