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Authors: Moneka Woman's Rights Association
The secretary's book contains the minutes of the Moneka Woman's Rights association. It also contains the organization's preamble, constitution, and list of members. Members were both male and female. Officers were elected quarterly. Most meetings consisted of an address and also discussion of a question, both related to women's rights issues. They also addressed letters to territorial constitutional conventions and to the Kansas Legislature. They also support the work of C. I. H. Nichols.
Keywords: Denison, Elizabeth S.; Doy, Pamelia; Equal rights; Linn County, Kansas Territory; McGrath, Mollie A.; Moneka Womans Rights Association; Moneka, Kansas Territory; Nichols, Clarina Irene Howard, 1810-1885; Snyder, Mary I. T.; Suffrage; Wattles, Esther; Wattles, J. O.; Wattles, Sarah G.; Wattles, Susan E.; Women; Womens rights
Photograph, John Otis Wattles
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John Otis Wattles was one of the founders of Moneka, Linn County, Kansas Territory in 1857. He was a promoter of the town and was a member of the Moneka Woman's Rights Association. He was also an abolitionist. He was involved in promoting a railroad that would run from Jefferson City, Missouri, to Emporia, Kansas Territory.
Keywords: Abolitionists; Linn County, Kansas Territory; Moneka Womans Rights Association; Moneka, Kansas Territory; Photographs and Illustrations; Town promotion; Wattles, J. O.