Women's Suffrage in New Zealand

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ABBREVIATIONS
A.I.M. Library of Auckland Institute and Museum
A.P.L. Auckland Public Library
A.T.L. Alexander Turnbull Library
C.M.L. Canterbury Museum Library
G.A. General Assembly Library
J.H.R. Journal of the House of Representatives
N.A. National Archives
N.Z.W.C.T.U. Minutes New Zealand Women's Christian Temperance
Union Minutes
O.D. Times Otago Daily Times
P.D. Parliamentary Debates

A. PRIMARY SOURCES

I. UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS

Atkinson collection, Alexander Turnbull Library

Ballance Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library

Hall Collection, General Assembly Library

Lovell-Smith Collection, Christchurch

National Council of Women (Auckland Branch) Collection, Auckland

Paul Collection, Wellington

Seddon Collection, National Archives

Sheppard Collection, Canterbury Museum Library

Stout Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library

Women's Archives, Auckland Museum Library

Minutes of the Christchurch Branch of the Womens' Christian Temperance Union, 1885 to 1895, W.C.T.U. headquarters, Wellington.

Minutes of the Auckland Branch of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, 1889 to 1895, Long collection, Auckland

ANON. "'A Brief Biography of William Steadman Aldis'", Auckland Public Library

ANON. "'Address on the Subject of Women's Suffrage'", given by one of the members of the W.C.T.U. at the National Convention, Wellington, February 1889., Sheppard MSS., Canterbury Museum Library.

ANON. "'The Effects of Women's Suffrage in New Zealand'", to be read at the Quinquennial Meeting of the Women's I Council and Congress, 1904, Sheppard MSS., Canterbury Museum Library.

DOWN, A. "'The First National Council of Women'", National Council of Women (Auckland Branch) Collection.

HENDERSON, C. "'The Early Years of the National Council of Women in New Zealand'", Lovell-Smith MSS.

HIETT, J. "'Memorial Day'", Long MSS.

LOVELL-SMITH, M. B. "'Mrs Kate W. Sheppard--a Sketch'", Lovell-Smith MSS.

SHEPPARD, K. W. "'Women's Disabilities'", read by Mrs K. W. Sheppard at the Dunedin Convention of the N.Z.W.C.T.U., March 1903, Canterbury Museum Library.

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Women's Suffrage in New Zealand
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Preface to the 1987 Edition vi
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Introduction xi
  • I- The New Woman 1
  • 2- Early Parliaments and Women's Rights 12
  • 3- Women and the Temperance Movement 21
  • 4- The Women's Christian Temperance Union 27
  • 5- The Suffrage Movement Gathers Way 36
  • 6- The Movement in Full Swing 46
  • 7- The Politicians' Dilemma 60
  • 8- The Debate on Women's Suffrage 74
  • 9- Success 86
  • 10- The First Election 96
  • II- Liberals, Teetotallers, or Feminists? 108
  • 12- Post Mortem on the Suffrage 119
  • Afterword (1987) 123
  • References 127
  • Bibliography 143
  • Index 150
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