Tag: women’s suffrage

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An Army of Housewives: The Women’s Committee during World War I

The following post was written by a guest blogger.  If you would like to contribute a guest blog post, read the guidelines. An Army of Housewives: The Women’s Committee during World War I By Thomas Richardson The home front directed factory production, agricultural output, and local community energies to the war effort in World War […]

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A Time Line of Women’s Suffrage

Women’s suffrage is back in the news thanks the 2015 release of the film “Suffragette.” The movie follows a young woman caught up in the suffrage movement in 1912 London. Most of the characters are fictional, but Emmeline Pankhurst and Emily Davison were real individuals. Let’s take a look at the timeline of women’s suffrage […]

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