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Gripenberg, Alexandra, 1857-1913

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Personal name headingGripenberg, Alexandra, 1857-1913
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Variant(s)Gripenberg, Alexandra, friherrinna, 1857-1913
Gripenberg, Aleksandra, 1857-1913
Grippenenberg, Alexandra van, 1857-1913
Van Grippenenberg, Alexandra, 1857-1913
Gripenberg, Alexandra, 1859-1913
Birth date1857-08-30
Death date1913-12-24
Place of birthKurkijoki (Finland)
Place of deathHelsinki (Finland)
Profession or occupationAuthors Editors Politicians
Social activist Newspaper publisher
Found inA half year in the New World, 1954: t.p. (Alexandra Gripenberg)
LC in RLIN, 4/19/96 (hdg.: Gripenberg, Alexandra, friherrinna, 1857-1913; no usage)
Suomi-neito ja suojelusikä, c1999: p. 129 (Aleksandra Gripenberg (1857-1913))
OCLC, January 29, 2018 (access points: Gripenberg, Alexandra, 1857-1913 ; Gripenberg, Alexandra, frieherrinna, 1857-1913; usage: Alexandra Gripenberg)
Wikipedia, January 29, 2018 (Alexandra Gripenberg; Alexandra Gripenberg, also know as Alexandra van Grippenberg (30 August 1857, Kurkijoki, Finland--24 December 1913) was a Finnish social activist, author, editor, newspaper publisher, and elected politician, and was a leading voice within the movement for women's rights in Finland at the turn of the 20th century; she was also known as a Fennoman; she traveled in England and the United States to study lessons on women's movements between 1887-1888; the tour inspired her book A Half Year in the New World (1889); she served as the treasurer of the International Council of Women from 1893-1899; she was elected to Finnish Parliament in 1906; she was Swedish-speaking)
Wikipedia, Finnish, January 29, 2018 (Aleksandra Gripenberg; Alexandra (Aleksandra) Gripenberg (August 30, 1857, Kurkijoki--December 24, 1913, Helsinki); Finnish writer and politician)
VIAF, January 29, 2018 (Gripenberg, Alexandra, 1857-1913 ; Gripenberg, Alexandra, friherrinna, 1857-1913 ; ‎Gripenberg, Alexandra ‎; Aleksandra Gripenberg suomalainen poliitikko ; Alexandra Gripenberg ; Gripenberg, Aleksandra, 1857-1913 ; Gripenberg, Alexandra 1859-1913)
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