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I read this for my Women's studies class and finished it in one day— it's a short and quick read. While the main purpose of this book is to show the connections between early EuroAmerican suffragists and the Haudenosaunee Iriquois society, it ends up touching upon a lot of other great ideas about feminism and white privilege, too. Told from the author's perspective as a white woman, the book acknowledges immediately the inherent problems in researching history from a white perspective.
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It's he I read this for my Women's studies class and finished it in one day— it's a short and quick read. It's helpful along the way to see the author's own insights and realizations come light, as the reader's do.
While fairly simple and not extremely well edited or organized, I would recommend this book as an important reminder that the feminist movement needs to be intersectional and, more important, that neither the idea of gender equality nor the seeds of the feminist movement were born from white culture, although whites often get the credit, are the ones celebrated or published, and are often given a "savior" complex because of this misunderstanding.
I would also recommend this as a great first book to read on some of these ideas, because it is short, digestible, and touches on a number of intersecting topics.
May 22, Chris Burd rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction. I really wish I could give this book a higher rating. The material is absolutely fascinating and eye-opening. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in Native American history, women's studies, or American history. The idea of the matriarchal society of the Haudenosaunee Iroquois as a precursor to - and model for - the women's rights movement in the United States is a fascinating subject.
Unfortunately, the book is in need of an objective editor. Some of it is written in the first pe I really wish I could give this book a higher rating.
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Some of it is written in the first person, as the author's way of discussing her own journey to uncovering this knowledge. Some of it is repetitive. And some of it is just not terribly well organized. May 08, Melissa rated it it was amazing Shelves: read-books Fascinating book that was selected by a member of my Feminist Book Club.
I highly recommend this short read to everyone as a way to familiarize yourself with the influences on the earliest suffragettes. Oct 24, Ellie Syverud rated it it was amazing. Very cool to have met the author! Oct 22, Bobbie Dillon rated it it was amazing. Excellent accounting of the real-life example of equality the Suffragettes were able to witness from the Haudenosaunee neighbors.
Sisters in Spirit: Iroquois Influences on Early Feminists
Feb 05, Kristie rated it liked it. This was a require book for TWU. Nov 11, Gina rated it liked it. There is a kind of jumpiness to the book that feels like the result of cobbling together parts of different articles and research papers, but it is still fascinating material. One thing worth noting is that there was not just a Haudenosaunee influence on Seneca Falls and suffrage, but the book also claims an influence on the founding of the US government.
It feels like there is room for a lot more expansion on those topics, including looking at how their concepts of freedom were borrowed but lef There is a kind of jumpiness to the book that feels like the result of cobbling together parts of different articles and research papers, but it is still fascinating material. It feels like there is room for a lot more expansion on those topics, including looking at how their concepts of freedom were borrowed but left room for oppression.
Apr 02, Carrie rated it liked it. An odd little book - it's not all that well organized - but well-argued and researched with a great list of resources to add to my reading list. While Wagner digs deep to show the connection between Haudenosaunee governance and the rights sought by early suffragists, I do wish it went a little further in fairly examining the women it holds up as radical.
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The influence is there, yes, but many of them including Anthony and Stanton held indefensible views on race that are worthy of interrogation. Dec 18, Sue rated it it was amazing. Elizabeth Cady Stanton has long been one of my heroes and people that I'd invite to that imaginary dinner party of fascinating people, but this book took it all to a new and amazing level. The interwoven connections between the suffrage movement and the Haudenosaunee culture and influence is fascinating to contemplate and appreciate.
I think Sally Roesch Wagner has done a wonderful job with this book. Jul 22, Darlene marked it as to-read Shelves: text-to-speech-enabled , kindle , kindle-books-i-own , feminism , non-fiction. Maybe the librarians could combine these? If it hasn't been combined by the time I actually read this I will put in the request. Sep 09, Cynthia Neale rated it liked it. An interesting and simple look at the Women's Rights Movement, linking it to the freedom of Native American women at the time.
Interesting, yes, but much is conjecture. Shelves: womyn , text-to-speech-enabled , kindle , kindle-books-i-own , strong-fem , feminism , non-fiction , not-loanable , native-american , iroquois. I will have to buy a tree copy of this so I can do more research and re-read it again and again! I loved this book.
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Jun 02, Katterley rated it it was amazing. Such a good read. A great learning experience. Aug 18, Ollie rated it really liked it. I picked this up on vacation in Watkins Glen at a used bookstore. Nice local and historical read for the car ride home. May 26, Suzette rated it it was amazing. Blew me away, totally! Roesch Wagner's extensive studies of the Haudenosanuee and the early feminist's contact with them is a compelling proof that the model for women's rights movement came also from the equitable society of these native americans.
Haudenosaunee Iroquois women fired the revolutionary vision of early feminists by providing a model of freedom for women at a time when EuroAmerican women experienced few rights. Women of the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy enjoyed decisive political power, control of their bodies, control of their own property, custody of the children they bore, the power to intiiate divorce, satisfying work, and a society generally free of rape and domestic violence. The author recounts the compelling struggle for freedom and equality waged by women in the U.
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