Clara Bewick Colby Wiki, Biography, Age, Husband, Net Worth, Family, Instagram, Twitter & More Facts

Clara Bewick Colby was a British-American lecturer, newspaper publisher and correspondent, women’s rights activist, and suffragist leader. Born in England, she immigrated to the US, where she attended university and married the former American Civil War general, later Assistant United States Attorney General, Leonard Wright Colby. In 1883, she founded The Woman’s Tribune in Beatrice, Nebraska, moving it three years later to Washington, D.C.; it became the country’s leading women’s suffrage publication. She was an advocate of peace and took part in the great peace conference at San Francisco during the exposition. She also spoke on behalf of the soldiers of the Spanish War. During the Spanish–American War (1898), she was officially appointed as war correspondent, the first woman to be so recognized.

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Clara Bewick Colby, best known by the real complete Family name Clara Dorothy Bewick Colby, was a popular Activist, Film, Creater. she was born on August 1, 1846, in England

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