Lawson, Louisa (1848 - 1920)
- Editor and Journalist
- Alternative Names
- Falconer, Dora (Pseudonym)
Lawson co-edited the Republican before founding the commercially successful feminist newspaper Dawn, in 1888.
See Heather Radi, 'Lawson, Louisa (1848 - 1920)', Australian Dictionary of Biography Online.
- Milner, Andrew, 'Radical Intellectuals: an unacknowledged legislature?', in Verity Bergman and Jenny Lee (eds), Constructing a culture: a people's history of Australia since 1788, McPhee Gribble/ Penguin Books, Melbourne, 1988, pp. 259-84. PDF Details
- 'The Divorce Extension Bill', The Dawn; a journal for Australian women (Sydney), 15 May 1888. Image PDF Details
- 'The Dawn Club: A Social Reform Club for Women', The Dawn; a journal for Australian women, 1889. Image PDF Details
- Falconer, Dora, 'Ourselves', The Dawn; a journal for Australian women (Sydney), vol. 3, no. 1, 5 May 1890. Image Image PDF Details
- Falconer, Dora, 'The divorce extension bill, or, the drunkard's wife', The Dawn; a journal for Australian women (Sydney), vol. 2, no. 11, 5 March 1890. Image PDF Details
- Lawson, Louisa, 'Women's Suffrage', The Dawn, July 1889. Image PDF Details
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