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This quiz describes mostly but not only American suffragists. If you like it, a sequel is linked below. Best of luck to all!
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This iconic suffragist, who has been featured on U.S. coinage, was the namesake of the nineteenth amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
This suffrage activist was also an advocate for free love. She ran for U.S. President in 1872, the first woman to do so. With her sister, she became the first female stockbroker.
She was a prominent British suffragette known for her militancy, extreme tactics, and repeated arrests.
This suffragist authored the proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
She drafted the Declaration of Sentiments for the Seneca Falls Convention, including its embrace of women's 'inalienable right to the elective franchise.'
One of the foremost black woman suffragists, she went on to fight for the integration of D.C. restaurants in the 1950s.
This militant suffragist, a Vanderbilt by marriage, was a very wealthy society woman.
This devoted New York suffragist was the one to propose to her husband. She famously dressed in costume and rode on a white horse at the head of the 1913 suffrage parade in D.C.
The daughter of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, this socialist suffragist re-energized the suffrage movement by popularizing outdoor meetings and suffrage parades.
This very effective suffragist orator and organizer founded the League of Women Voters.
As president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, her support of suffrage was influential.
This suffragist wrote the words to 'Battle Hymn of the Republic.'
She earned a medical degree and was a Methodist minister.
This Quaker preacher and abolitionist delivered the opening and closing addresses at the Seneca Falls Convention.
She co-authored 'The History of Woman Suffrage' with Stanton and Anthony.
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