Examines the lives and writings of three nineteenth-century clergywomen including Antoinette Brown Blackwell, Olympia Brown, and Anna Howard Shaw, who viewed the suffrage movement as an extension of their ministries, citing their pivotal contributions to women's rights. Original.She longed for ordination and ministry with an established congregation. One of her ... They were searching for a minister and, whether progressive or desperate, invited Brown Blackwell to fill the position. -* The South Butler ... We made the ordination service a little more formal and more lengthy than is usual. It seemed toanbsp;...
|Title||:||From Preachers to Suffragists|
|Author||:||Beverly Ann Zink-Sawyer|
|Publisher||:||Westminster John Knox Press - 2003|