Women's Temperance Crusade (1874)

The Women's Temperance Crusade of 1873 to 1874 was a short-lived, nonviolent reform movement directed at alcohol vendors. It started in New York, spreading to Ohio and the rest of the United States. All told, the movement blossomed in more than ...

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