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Tag: Women’s suffrage

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Remembering the Women’s Suffrage March of 1913: A Bold Move to Gain Attention and the Right to Vote
Remembering the Women’s Suffrage March of 1913 and the efforts of suffragettes in the United States to gain the right to vote. This magnificent parade and rally on March 3, 1913 was designed to gain the attention of the public and the president of the United States.
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Exploring the Suffrage March Line from March 4th, 1913
Take a look back at a moment in history with this interesting drawing of the suffrage march line from March 4th, 1913. Source: Library of Congress.
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Celebrating 100 Years Since the Women's Suffrage Parade: Walter Johnson's Support for Women's Right to Vote
Celebrate 100 years since the women's suffrage parade in Washington with an apropos article about Walter Johnson's support for women's right to vote. Learn more about his and his wife Hazel's marriage in Columbia Heights.
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Women's Suffrage Crowds on Pennsylvania Avenue in February 1913
1913 Pennsylvania Avenue and women's suffrage street scene.
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Uncovering History: A Look at the Suffragette Parade in Washington, D.C.
Take a look at this incredible photo of a suffragette parade in Washington, D.C. from 1914. Learn more about the history of the suffragette movement and see another photo from 1913. Don't miss out!
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