Women went to jail for the vote, part I

Title

Women went to jail for the vote, part I

Description

Women went to jail for the vote at three significant periods in American history. In the modern civil rights movement, Fannie Lou Hamer, Diane Nash and Ella Baker designed strategies for which men got credit. In the last years before the 19th Amdt, Alice Paul and Lucy Burns led hundreds of women to prison, hunger strikes, and force-feeding. And from 1868-1873, at least 700 women voted or attempted to vote in local, state, and federal elections, and many were arrested - including Susan B Anthony. More tomorrow! Oct 04, 2019

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Daily Suffragist

Date

03/10/2019

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Daily Suffragist, “Women went to jail for the vote, part I,” Daily Suffragist, accessed March 9, 2021, https://dailysuffragist.omeka.net/items/show/93.

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