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Amelia Bloomer in her famous Freedom Costume------Amelia Jenks Bloomer (May 27, 1818 – December 30, 1894) was an American women's rights and temperance advocate. Even though she did not create the women's clothing reform style known as bloomers, her name became associated with it because of her early and strong advocacy.

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Amelia Jenks Bloomer was an American women's rights and temperance advocate. Even though she did not create the women's clothing reform style known as bloomers, her name became associated with it because of her early and strong advocacy.

1865 artist wearing bloomers

Bloomer costume: long baggy pants narrowing to a cuff at the ankles (worn below a skirt), intended to preserve decency while being less of a hindrance to women's activities than the long full skirts of the period.

Amelia Jenks Bloomer Greeting and Note Cards. Bloomer was born in Homer NY in 1818. The house she lived in still stands on Main Street.

Amelia Jenks Bloomer born in Homer NY in Her childhood home still stands on N.

Amelia Bloomer Giclee Print at Art.com

Amelia Bloomer Giclee Print at Art.com

Amelia Bloomer Signature Shirt. o Amelia Bloomer Signature Shirt. Amelia Jenks Bloomer was born in Homer NY in 1818. The house she grew up in still stands on Main Street. A staunch advocate of women's rights and prohibition, and famous for her stand in favor of dress reform, she appeared at her lectures during the early 1850s wearing full trousers, gathered at the ankle, under a short skirt. Although not the first to adopt this style, her advocacy popularized it as "bloomers."

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Amelia Bloomer Signature Shirt. o Amelia Bloomer Signature Shirt. Amelia Jenks Bloomer was born in Homer NY in 1818. The house she grew up in still stands on Main Street. A staunch advocate of women's rights and prohibition, and famous for her stand in favor of dress reform, she appeared at her lectures during the early 1850s wearing full trousers, gathered at the ankle, under a short skirt. Although not the first to adopt this style, her advocacy popularized it as "bloomers."

Active in the temperance and women's rights movements, Amelia Bloomer launched her own newspaper, <i>The Lily</i>, and publicized a new style of dress, called 'bloomers.' Learn more at Biography.com.

We focus on women’s rights in the workplace, representing employees of both genders in sex, pregnancy, disability, and all other forms of employment discrimination.

Amelia Bloomer (1818-1894), bloomer-costume; wood engraving, London, 1869

Amelia Bloomer (1818-1894), bloomer-costume; wood engraving, London, 1869

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