Caroline Nichols Churchill


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Caroline Nichols Churchill (1833–1926) was an American feminist.

Caroline Nichols Churchill was born in Pickering, Ontario, Canada on December 23, 1833 to American parents. She emigrated to the United States to live with her grandmother in 1846. She taught in Minnesota in 1857. Her husband died in 1862, and she moved to California after she contracted tuberculosis. She campaigned ... more »

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  • ''... women especially seem to have very little idea of the importance of business time.''
    Caroline Nichols Churchill (1833-?), U.S. author. Active Footsteps, ch. 8 (1909).
  • ''The master class seldom lose a chance to insult a woman who has the ability for something besides service to his lordship.''
    Caroline Nichols Churchill (1833-?), U.S. author. Active Footsteps, ch. 7 (1909).
  • ''If men had to do their vile work without the assistance of woman and the stimulant of strong drink they would be obliged to be more divine and less brutal.''
    Caroline Nichols Churchill (1833-?), U.S. author. Active Footsteps, preface (1909).
  • ''The popular colleges of the United States are turning out more educated people with less originality and fewer geniuses than any other country.''
    Caroline Nichols Churchill (1833-?), U.S. author. Active Footsteps, ch. 24 (1909).
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