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10 Reminders From Olde Time-y Suffragettes That You Should Vote!

10 Reminders From Olde Time-y Suffragettes That You Should Vote! The Frisky

This Day in STL History: Aug 18, 1920: NAWSA held its Golden Jubilee Convention at the Statler Hotel. President Catt urged the raising of a “league of women voters”. The Missouri Senator passed a measure to allow women to vote in presidential elections. St. Louis Equal Suffrage League Rep Edna Gellhorn predicted that their aims would soon be achieved. Congress passed the 19th Amendment on Aug 18, 1920. The St. Louis Equal Suffrage League became the League of Women Voters in Nov 1919.

Unidentified suffragist wearing a "Votes for Women" sash. Photograph, Missouri History Museum Photographs and Prints Collections.

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.4.6       Compare and contrast a firsthand and secondhand account of the same event or topic; describe the differences...

Analyzing Firsthand and Secondhand Accounts

Equality #feminism - votes for women. Always remember how hard they fought for this; and so many other rights we take for granted today. Never forget!

I think every woman who is against feminism shouldn't vote. Because it is thanks to feminism women can vote today. At the time the photo was taken, feminists were called suffragettes.

23 EKİM 1915 - New York'ta 25-30.000 kadın oy hakları için 5. ci caddede yürüyüş yaptı.

Suffragists parade down Fifth Avenue, 1917 Today marks the anniversary of the amendment giving women the right to vote - we still await the right to parity on the wage-earning dollar - after.

Woman suffrage in Washington, District of Columbia. Suffragettes bonfire and posters at the White House, Washington, District of Columbia.

A flag carrier and two mounted marshalls (riding astride) in a suffragette march through London in support of the Women’s Suffrage Bill, June 1910.

London Dyke March Will Pay Homage To Suffragette Movement

A flag carrier and two mounted marshalls (riding astride) in a suffragette march through London in support of the Women’s Suffrage Bill, June

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