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

The home front directed factory production, agricultural output, and local community energies to the war effort in World War I. President Woodrow Wilson stated that “it is not only an army we must shape and train, but also a nation.” National sentiment leaned mostly to isolation, but by 1917, the U.S. became increasingly involved overseas, […]

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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 in 1912 London caught up in the suffrage movement. Most of the characters are fictional, but Emmeline Pankhurst and Emily Davison were real individuals. A suffragist was someone who believed in women’s right to vote, […]

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