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Votes for Women Suffrage

Votes for Women Suffrage

Reverend Doctor Anna Howard Shaw  (1847 - 1919)  "A leader in the women's suffrage movement, Shaw was a master orator for social justice, and the first woman to be ordained by the Protestant Methodist Church. She was the first living American woman to be awarded the U.S. Distinguished Service Medal."

Reverend Doctor Anna Howard Shaw (1847 - 1919) "A leader in the women's suffrage movement, Shaw was a master orator for social justice, and the first woman to be ordained by the Protestant Methodist Church. She was the first living American woman to be awarded the U.S. Distinguished Service Medal."

Women of the Red Cross 1920, this was a great pivotal point in women's history

Women of the Red Cross 1920, this was a great pivotal point in women's history

What's a graphic novel about women in WWII without Rosie the Riveter? Great recruitment posters & ads from WWII.

Show Your Red, White, and Blue Pride With Vintage Ads

What's a graphic novel about women in WWII without Rosie the Riveter? Great recruitment posters & ads from WWII.

Sufragettes, Vote for Women, history, thank you, photo, black and white, historiske øjeblikke, never forget, city view, cool hats

Sufragettes, Vote for Women, history, thank you, photo, black and white, historiske øjeblikke, never forget, city view, cool hats

On March 3, 1913, 5,000 women marched in Washington to support the right of women to vote. This button is on display with "The National Woman Suffrage Parade, 1913" at the National Museum of American History in Washington. Ceremonies in Washington on March 3, 2013 will honor the 1913 march.

On March 3, 1913, 5,000 women marched in Washington to support the right of women to vote. This button is on display with "The National Woman Suffrage Parade, 1913" at the National Museum of American History in Washington. Ceremonies in Washington on March 3, 2013 will honor the 1913 march.

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