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New at Ask A Suffragist

Here are the suffrage anniversaries we'll commemorate this week, our latest book recommendations, and more.
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Utah ratified the 19th Amendment on October 3, 1919.

Utah ratified the 19th Amendment on October 3, 1919.
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“Make me a grave where’er you will…but not in a land where men are slaves.” -Frances E.W. Harper, 1858

Make me a grave where’er you will, In a lowly plain, or a lofty hill; Make it among earth’s humblest graves, But not in a land where men are slaves. -Frances E.W. Harper, 1858...
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It was already law, but Connecticut showed its support by ratifying the 19th Amendment on September 14, 1920.

It was already law, but Connecticut showed its support by ratifying the 19th Amendment on September 14, 1920.
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