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Emma Ghent Curtis
- ... that Populist party member Emma Ghent Curtis helped Colorado become the first state to grant women suffrage by referendum? Source: "Favors woman suffrage; was active in campaign that brought woman suffrage to Colorado" ; also Mead, Rebecca (2004). How the Vote Was Won: Woman Suffrage in the Western United States, 1868-1914. New York University Press. pp. 62–68.
- ALT1:... that Emma Ghent Curtis's 1889 novel The Administratrix features a cowboy in favor of women's suffrage? Source: "the first known cowboy hero presented outside of the dime novel tradition was a vocal woman suffrage advocate... Curtis found in the figure of the cowboy a vehicle for woman suffrage rhetoric." Lamont, Victoria (2016). "Western Violence and the Limits of Sentimental Power". Westerns: A Women's History. U of Nebraska Press. ISBN 9780803290310.
- Reviewed: Walter Stanley Haines
- Comment: Lamont source above is visible via Google Books linked provided.
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