Category Archives: Elizabeth Lewis

SCANDAL, SALVATION AND SUFFRAGE – THE AMAZING WOMEN OF THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT

It will be available in all good bookshops soon, but the new book has now been printed. It’s available from http://www.troubador.co.uk/book_info.asp?bookid=3087 and will shortly be available through this website at a special early bird rate

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Elizabeth Lewis – a temperance campaigner who inspired one small step in the battle for sexual equality

Mrs Elizabeth Lewis of Blackburn Her first efforts at public speaking ended in tears, yet Elizabeth Lewis went on to become a dedicated campaigner for temperance. She became so confident that teetotalism offered the best solution to┬ámany social ills that … Continue reading

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