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Alice Paul :one of the leading figures responsible for the passage of the 19th Amendment (woman suffrage) to the U.S. Constitution.

Alice Paul :one of the leading figures responsible for the passage of the 19th Amendment (woman suffrage) to the U.S. Constitution.

TheHomeSchoolMom: Alice Paul and the Women's Suffrage Movement

Alice Paul and the Women's Suffrage Movement

TheHomeSchoolMom: Alice Paul and the Women's Suffrage Movement

Anne Dudley was at the helm of the struggle in her home state of Tennessee, which became the 36th & final state to support women's suffrage. Dudley, of elegance & high social standing, ignored the constraints of her position to speak out on behalf of suffrage.She viewed women's voting as "a matter of simple justice," She was the 1st woman in TN. to make an open-air speech. She led a march of 2,000 women from downtown Nashville to Centennial Park, the 1st suffrage parade in the South, in May…

Anne Dudley was at the helm of the struggle in her home state of Tennessee, which became the 36th & final state to support women's suffrage. Dudley, of elegance & high social standing, ignored the constraints of her position to speak out on behalf of suffrage.She viewed women's voting as "a matter of simple justice," She was the 1st woman in TN. to make an open-air speech. She led a march of 2,000 women from downtown Nashville to Centennial Park, the 1st suffrage parade in the South, in May…

Alice B. Toklas & Gertrude Stein in Piazza San Marco, Venice, circa 1908, photograph by Carl Van Vechten.

Alice B. Toklas & Gertrude Stein in Piazza San Marco, Venice, circa 1908, photograph by Carl Van Vechten.

Mrs. Mary A. Nolan was often described as one of the oldest suffragists active on NWP picket lines. She was there for the so-called "Night of Terror" November 15, 1917. In January 1919, she was arrested many times during the Watchfire demonstrations outside theWhite House, and was sentenced to 24 hours in jail. She participated in the nationwide "Prison Special" tour in which NWP activists traveled from city to city speaking of their experiences in jail.

Mrs. Mary A. Nolan was often described as one of the oldest suffragists active on NWP picket lines. She was there for the so-called "Night of Terror" November 15, 1917. In January 1919, she was arrested many times during the Watchfire demonstrations outside theWhite House, and was sentenced to 24 hours in jail. She participated in the nationwide "Prison Special" tour in which NWP activists traveled from city to city speaking of their experiences in jail.

Dorothy Hodgkin -

Dorothy Hodgkin -

Suffrage: Struggle of the century:   Statewide campaign celebrates suffrage centennial! Abigail Scott Duniway, who led Oregon's women's suffrage movement for more than four decades, holds a copy of The New Northwest in 1871. Duniway founded the weekly Portland newspaper as a vehicle to champion women's suffrage and other human rights causes.

Suffrage: Struggle of the century: Statewide campaign celebrates suffrage centennial! Abigail Scott Duniway, who led Oregon's women's suffrage movement for more than four decades, holds a copy of The New Northwest in 1871. Duniway founded the weekly Portland newspaper as a vehicle to champion women's suffrage and other human rights causes.

Texas Voter ID Law Is causing problems for married women at the polls. It is effecting over a third of Texan female voters

Texas Voter ID Law Is causing problems for married women at the polls. It is effecting over a third of Texan female voters

Katharine A. Morey  was an officer of the Massachusetts State Branch of the NWP. As state chairman, she was in charge of introducing the Woman’s Party Bill for Equal Rights. Katharine Morey worked as an organizer in the election campaign of 1916 in Kansas and frequently assisted at NWP national headquarters in Washington, D.C. She  served three days in June 1917. In February 1919 she was arrested again in Boston and was sentenced to eight days in the Charles St. Jail.

Katharine A. Morey was an officer of the Massachusetts State Branch of the NWP. As state chairman, she was in charge of introducing the Woman’s Party Bill for Equal Rights. Katharine Morey worked as an organizer in the election campaign of 1916 in Kansas and frequently assisted at NWP national headquarters in Washington, D.C. She served three days in June 1917. In February 1919 she was arrested again in Boston and was sentenced to eight days in the Charles St. Jail.

Florence Bayard Hilles

Florence Bayard Hilles

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