Alice Henry

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Alice Henry

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Alice Henry (March 21, 1857 - February 15, 1943), was an Australian suffragist, journalist and trade unionist who also became prominent in the American trade union movement as a member of the Women's Trade Union League.

A street in the Canberra suburb of Cook is named in her honour.


All available online through the Harvard University Open Collections Program

  • The Trade Union Woman. New York, D. Appleton and Co., 1915.
  • Women and the labor movement. New York: G.H. Doran Co., 1923.
  • The Economic position of women. New York: Academy of Political Science, Columbia University, 1910. Chapter: "Women and the trade-union movement in the United States


  • Harvard University Library Open Collections Program. Women Working, 1870-1930, Alice Henry (1857-1943)
  • Works by Alice Henry at Project Gutenberg

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