Extras

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Modern Campaign

The 1910 suffrage campaign was modern in scope.

Modern Campaign

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Winning the Right

On November 8th, 1910, Washington women permanently won the right to vote.

Winning the Right

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May Arkwright Hutton

May Arkwright Hutton ran for the legislature in Idaho

May Arkwright Hutton

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Women’s Clubs

Women started to participate in women’s clubs to promote educational and political causes.

Women’s Clubs

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Women Christian Temperance Union

The Women Christian Temperance Union was a widespread reform movement

Women Christian Temperance Union

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The Seed of the Rebellion

Elizabeth Cady Stanton wrote the Declaration of Rights and Sentiments

The Seed of the Rebellion

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Introduction

In 1910, Washington became the fifth state to enact women suffrage.

Introduction

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New Generation of Women

Influencing a new generation of women suffragettes in Washington.

New Generation of Women

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Two Examples of National Suffragist

Abigail Scott Duniway, Susan B. Anthony, and the women’s suffrage movement.

Two Examples of National Suffragist

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Votes for Women Centennial: Kathleen O'Connor

Kathleen O'Connor was the first female judge in the Spokane County Superior Court.

Votes for Women Centennial: Kathleen O'Connor

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Votes for Women Centennial: Mandy Manning

Spokane teacher Mandy Manning helps brand new immigrant and refugee students

Votes for Women Centennial: Mandy Manning

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Votes for Women Centennial: Anita Morgan

Blueprints for Learning teacher Anita Morgan helps preschoolers discover their world.

Votes for Women Centennial: Anita Morgan

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Votes for Women Centennial: Sandy Williams

Sandy Williams, editor and publisher of the Black Lens newspaper in Spokane, WA

Votes for Women Centennial: Sandy Williams

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Votes for Women Centennial: Marsha Wynecoop

Marsha Wynecoop of Wellpinit, WA helps revitalize her Salish language.

Votes for Women Centennial: Marsha Wynecoop

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Emma Smith DeVoe

Emma Smith DeVoe was the organizer of the National Women’s Suffrage Association.

Emma Smith DeVoe

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The Brief Winning

In 1883, Washington women briefly won the vote.

The Brief Winning

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Men’s Role

Women’s lives and choices were largely controlled by men.

Men’s Role