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Cornell_Library Oct 23
in 1915, tens of thousands of women nearly shut down New York City as they marched for women’s right to vote. (📷 from Jon A. and Virginia Lindseth Woman Suffrage Collection of .)
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Clare Wichbold Oct 22
Really looking forward to participating & sharing some of my research.
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Idaho State Historical Society (ISHS) Oct 22
Replying to @HistoryColorado
Our vote goes to Virginia Arnold and Natalie Gray, both picketed the White House during Wilson's term in 1917 and spent time in jail - all in an effort to extend to women! We don't have of these ladies so here's some for comparison. (76-93-1)
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Clare Wichbold Oct 21
Put the flags out! I have just finished writing the last chapter of Hard Work - but Glorious. 76,147 words of text, editing to do, but thrilled to have got this far from a standing start in March. Thanks for all the help & encouragement!!
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World BEYOND War Oct 20
"Mr. President, How Long Must Women Wait For Liberty?" - in 1917, Alice Paul began a 7-month jail sentence for nonviolently protesting for . Paul devoted her life to ensuring that were treated as equal citizens
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ProtestsandSuffragettes Oct 22
Replying to @ScotSuffragette
Jessie Margaret Soga was * the daughter of Rev. Tiyo Soga –the 1st Black South African 🇿🇦 ordained by the United Presbyterian Church * a mixed-race woman living in Scotland who was actively involved in the UK movement /5 [picVia of her father]
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ProtestsandSuffragettes Oct 23
Great to see & thanks for sharing ! fyi tweeps - We're looking for good images of Henria Leech Williams - in case some of you lovelies out there know of some? (this pix is of the angel on her family's grave, or so we believe?)
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Clare Wichbold Oct 23
A letter to the Times from a north voter expressed strong views on politics & women's following on from the previous week's offering from the editor Charles Anthony Jr .
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ADA Artists Oct 22
Meet Sharon I. Nelson, Pres & CEO ! She joins us after the "The Trial of Susan B. Anthony" on OCT 26th, 8PM ET. Join us on our YouTube channel!
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Rosemary Raughter Oct 24
1870 Louie Coade nee Rowe b. , promoted in & & thru her column in the Christian Advocate. My a/c of her in forthcoming issue of MHSI Bulletin
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Kels Oct 22
- I'm not learning anything that I wasn't already aware of, so I am going to bed. Again, please exercise your right to vote. is something that so many people fought & died for.
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Tina Cassidy Oct 24
Listen to this featuring an imaginary conversation between Alice Paul and Wilson by Jonathan Mirin. So good!!
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TheWomenWhoMadeMe Oct 24
and more. Dodo's story has everything you could wish for in women's history, and reflects the whole . Enjoy.
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Allison K. Lange Oct 22
You're invited to join me for the National Women's History Museum's Sundays@Home series on Sunday at 3pm EST to chat about women's suffrage images! Register:
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Admirable Women 3h
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a leading figure of the early & movements, helped to secure women's right to vote. She died in 1902 & never got to vote in her lifetime. Because of her (& others), you can.
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WV Federation of Democratic Women Oct 23
On October 23, 1915, As part of the women’s suffrage movement 25,000 women march up Fifth Avenue in New York City demanding the right to vote.
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Norfolk Heritage Centre Oct 23
Replying to @rosiesplaques
Find out about the inspirational women behind the project – In 1910 Edith Willis founded a shop at 7, Brigg Street, Norwich to sell badges and books to raise money for National Union of Women’s Societies (). (5/7)
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Steven Ramirez, #Author 22h
On Turn-of-the-Century , Trojan Horse For Women's Equality | Literary Hub via
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Dr. Rachel Michelle Gunter Oct 22
Now we have to worry if SCOTUS will let them throw out these votes in a blatant act of vote suppression.
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ChristineR.Valeriann 6h
MARYLAND SUFFRAGIST MONDAY: MARY ELIZABETH GARRETT (1854 – 1915) Philanthropist, influencer, and suffragist hosting Susan B. Anthony and others in her home. Read her 2-minute bio:   
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