Club of Patriotic French Women in a Church

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Harrison W. Mark
by Chérieux
published on 27 March 2023
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A meeting of a club of patriotic women in a church during the French Revolution (1789-1799). Alongside the more famous political clubs of the era (i.e. the Jacobins, Cordeliers), some clubs were created to advocate for women's rights, most notably the Society of Revolutionary Republican Women. Image by Chérieux, 1793.

National Library of France, Paris.

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