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What's a Rochester suffragist from Susan B Anthony's day doing on a racist anti-suffrage leaflet in Virginia circa 1920? Read on . . . Julie O’Connor…

The National Woman’s Party had its headquarters on Lafayette Square, equidistant from the White House and St. John’s Episcopal Church. August 6, 1918…

In 1918 flu pandemic killed more men than women - the movement's leaders were unscathed, and the catastrophe gave women a chance to step forward in…

Great illustrated thread about 1918 flu pandemic in my hometown. Note WWI-era temporary change in spelling of Pittsburg(h).  THREADOn October 4th,…

My #StateoftheWeek feature is a history of sisyphean effort. From 1867-1918, women lobbied male voters in 56 state referenda, most of them fruitless.…

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