SOURCE: National Archives News
by James Worsham
Worsham summarizes the thoughts portrayed by panel on women suffragists and men who supported them with scholars like Johanna Newman, Brooke Kroeger, and Susan Ware.
Before the 1970s, women couldn’t get their paychecks, passports, driver’s licenses or bank accounts, or even vote, using their birth surnames.
The collection includes 26 letters from Susan B. Anthony, 10 from Elizabeth Cady Stanton and dozens from other suffragists.
SOURCE: David Bruce Smith’s Grateful America Foundation
The Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association is dedicated to honoring the suffragists, who fought for and won women’s right to vote.
by Nancy C. Unger
The winner should be someone who fought for everyone’s rights
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