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This year's election took place 104 years to do the day since Emily Davison gave her life to the suffragette cause by jumping in front King George V's horse at Epsom racecourse in 1913.
Several suffragette leaders will be added to the $10 bill and former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt will appear on the $5 bill.
Grant contacted groups specializing in suffragette issues.
White, small and spare, the chapel went on to host Ohio's first kindergarten, Ohio's first women voters and several crusaders, such as famed suffragette Susan B. Anthony, according to local journalists and historians.
Amy Klobuchar, of Minnesota, Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and U.S. Rep. Brenda Lawrence, of Southfield – linked the history of the suffragette movement to the modern day women who fueled the Women’s March and Women’s Convention.
The Marstons were collectively influenced by early feminists and suffragettes.
This question was asked in a circular sent by equal-pay suffragettes to female teachers in New York’s public schools in 1905.
The local school is named for Susan B. Anthony, the suffragette.
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