Shuler, Nettie Rogers (1862–1939)

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Shuler, Nettie Rogers (1862–1939)

American suffragist. Born Nov 8, 1862, in Buffalo, NY; died Dec 2, 1939, in New York, NY; dau. of Alexander Rogers (clerk) and Julia Antoinette (Houghtaling) Rogers; m. Frank J. Shuler (bookkeeper), Mar 31, 1887 (died 1916); children: 1 daughter.

Helped organize referendum campaigns for suffrage amendment in western NY for New York Woman Suffrage Party (1913–15, 1916–17); served as corresponding secretary for National American Woman Suffrage Association (1917–21); was co-author, with Carrie Chapman Catt, of Woman Suffrage and Politics (1923).