JILLS DIARY 1990
Dig it! Magazine Issue 4. A Dreamscape of human and environmental loss.
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Chris McAuliffe investigates the trend of environmentally conscious art. Crossing draws parallels with climate change : Mildura Midweek, Tuesday Feburary 26, Daniel Duckworth. Jackson Eyeline No 32 Summer p 7. Michael Griffith and Ross Keating written. By Jane Magon.
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July p Charles Green. Relics and Rituals, P. Robert Lindsay. Chamberlain, McGraw Hill Co. Williams and C. Simpson, McGraw Hill Book co. Faith in a Faithless Land , Water as Art, Australia Day Arts M. Here she occupied her melancholy solitude by planning ambitious improvements to her estate, and to searching for a woman to become her life-partner.
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When she met neighbouring heiress Ann Walker, what union could be more appropriate? One Hand Tied behind Us: the rise of the women's suffrage movement. One Hand Tied behind Us: the rise of the women's suffrage movement with Jill Norris, Virago Press , Rivers Oram depicts how the radical suffragists of Manchester and the Lancashire cotton towns took their message out to women at the grassroots, to the Co-operative Guilds and trade union branches. Selina Cooper of Nelson was one of the forgotten pioneers of the women's movement in Britain.
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A Lancashire mill girl, she became a radical suffragist, demanding both Votes for Women and decent maternity provision, then later taking part in a delegation to Nazi Germany. It traces the story of the three dozen women who set off from Wales in August to walk miles to the American airbase at Greenham Common, tracking it back through the interwar years, to the Edwardian suffragists and suffragettes, and back to the Female Auxiliary Peace Societies of the s.
Rebel Girls. Rebel Girls: their fight for the vote Virago Press, tells the story of the suffragettes who demanded new freedoms and new rights - and were prepared to go to prison for their beliefs.
It tracks the suffragists and their caravans, as they took their Votes for Women campaign out to the remotest Yorkshire dales and fishing harbours. More info - Order now. Vanishing for the Vote In spring suffragettes invited women to boycott the census. Vanishing for the Vote: suffrage, citizenship and the battle for the census tells the story of what happened on census night, Sunday 2 April The Liberal government demanded everyone comply with its census requirements.
Suffragette organizations urged women, all still voteless, to boycott this census. Many did. Others spent the night in darkened houses. Emily Wilding Davison, hidden in a cupboard within the Houses of Parliament, remains the most celebrated of these census evaders.