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Anti-Woman Suffrage Children’s Book, circa 1910

This page comes from a children's book called Ten Little Suffergets that was published in Pennsylvania. Modeled on the Ten Little Indians song from 1868, the book features the "suffergets" breaking away from the equal rights campaign one by one when they prefer other things, such as cake, boys, and toys, or encounter misfortunes.

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"Ten Little Suffergets"

Women's Suffrage Ephemera Collection, Bryn Mawr College Library

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