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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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“Woman must have a purse of her own.” Susan B. Anthony, 1853 #EqualPayDay

In 1852, Susan B. Anthony toured New York setting up local women’s temperance societies in several towns.  A year later, she was dismayed to find that they had all closed due to lack of...
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Better late than never! Maryland ratified the Nineteenth Amendment on March 29, 1941.

The Nineteenth Amendment, extending votes to women, had been law since 1920.
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Better late than never! Mississippi ratified the Nineteenth Amendment on March 22, 1984.

The Nineteenth Amendment, extending votes to women, had been law since 1920.
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Washington state ratified the Nineteenth Amendment on March 22, 1920.


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Alaska Territory gave women the right to vote on March 21, 1913.


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