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Here are the suffrage anniversaries we'll commemorate this week, our latest book recommendations, and more.
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Indiana ratified the 19th Amendment on January 16, 1920.


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“Teach our daughters that they are as much bound to become independent as their brothers.” -Abby Kelley Foster, 1851

“Women, revolt at the idea of marrying for the sake of a home, for the sake of a support—of marrying the purse instead of the man. …Teach our daughters that they are as much...
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Oregon ratified the 19th Amendment on January 13, 1920.

Oregon ratified the 19th Amendment on January 13, 1920.
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‘”Agitate! Agitate!’ ought to be the motto of every reformer.” -Ernestine Rose

“‘Agitate! Agitate!’ ought to be the motto of every reformer. Agitation is the opposite of stagnation — the one is life, the other death.” Ernestine Rose, March 28, 1860 Happy birthday to Ernestine Polowsky Rose, born...
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