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Cabot, Dolce Ann (1862–1943)

Cabot, Dolce Ann (1862–1943)

New Zealand teacher, journalist, feminist. Name variations: Dolce Ann Duncan. Born Nov 25, 1862, at Christchurch, New Zealand; died May 31, 1943, at Christchurch; dau. of Thomas Cabot and Louisa Augusta (Kinkel) Cabot; attended Christchurch Normal School, Canterbury College; m. Andrew Duncan, 1907 (died 1935).

Trained as teacher and took position at Timaru Main School until 1891; served as editor of women's page of Canterbury Times (1894–1907); believed to have been the 1st woman in New Zealand appointed to newspaper staff; advocated women's rights and opportunities; also published poetry and short stories.

See also Dictionary of New Zealand Biography (Vol. 2).

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