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Suffragette propaganda pastiche by Gary Walton for ‘Your Family Tree’ magazine. Les Suffragettes, Women Suffragette, Political Art, Political Posters, Voting Posters, Political Equality, Suffrage Movement, Right To Vote, Expo

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Suffragette propaganda pastiche by Gary Walton for ‘Your Family Tree’ magazine.

Martha Washington - Figure from the Museum of Ventura County collection. Historical Figures Collection by George Stuart. Presidents Wives, American Presidents, American History, American First Ladies, American Women, Native American, Presidential History, Women In History, Ancient History

Martha Washington – at Valley Forge | "Lady Washington," hated camp life but brought light to all.

During the dark days at Valley Forge, Martha Washington was there to support the General and the rag tag troops, who called her Lady Washington. She organized local women and sources to supply food and clothing, which were nearly important as her care and moral support. Later Martha Washington would be honored as the first First Lady of the United States.

Bookmarks Emily Davison Suffragette tea towel : radical tea towel A classic tea towel for the modern suffragette and essential accessory in any feminist kitchen. 2013 was the anniversary of the death of Emily Davison who died at Epsom racecourse prot. Les Suffragettes, King Horse, Suffrage Movement, Expo, Women In History, Tea Towels, 1940s, At Least, Poster

An accidental martyr? The 100-year mystery of why suffragette Emily Davison threw herself under the king's horse

In 1913 a suffragette famously threw herself under the King’s horse at the Derby and died. But was Emily Davison an accidental martyr? Colin Brown investigates.

Women ©: 'Unknown' entries on Home Office List of Suffragettes arrested (catalogue reference HO Women In History, British History, Family History, Ancient History, American History, Native American, Women Suffragette, Maleficarum, Suffrage Movement

Free Book Alert! So, You Say I Can’t Vote! Frances Connelly: The working-class woman’s route to the vote by Dr Sheena Macleod @cathro1

It's 104 years to the day since Emily Davison died for women's right to vote Women Rights, Les Suffragettes, Women Suffragette, Deeds Not Words, Slogan, Women Right To Vote, Suffrage Movement, American Women, American History

It's 104 years to the day since Emily Davison died for women's right to vote

She became a symbol of women’s emancipation when she died of her injuries after throwing herself under the king's horse.

27 Beautiful Postcards of German Teenage Girls From the Century ~ vintage everyday Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs, Victorian Photos, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Portraits Victoriens, Vintage Children Photos, Teenager, Vintage Postcards

CDV Portrait of a girl - Germany - c.1884

Studio: Philipp Uhl - Giessen Dated on reverse: 1883 - 84. img2278

Marking the centenary of female suffrage, this definitive history charts women's fight for the vote through the lives of those who took part, in a timely celebration of an extraordinary struggle An Observer Pick of 2018 A New Statesman Book of Women Suffragette, Deeds Not Words, Emmeline Pankhurst, Women Right To Vote, Feminist Books, Feminist Art, Suffrage Movement, Retro, Great Works Of Art

The eight best suffragette books reviewed

From titles on the long battle for voting rights to the wider experience of women since 1918, these are the most powerful suffragette reads out there

The women who came before us fought long and hard to win our right to vote--make sure you're registered (the deadline for some states is TODAY) so you can raise your voice by voting in the midterms! Women Suffragette, Protest Posters, Voting Posters, Women Right To Vote, Suffrage Movement, History Posters, Before Us, Women In History, Gender

Now and Then: Getting Women to Vote

Love this simple retro poster for the suffragettes.

A group of suffragettes in the costume of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. by Illustrations Bureau. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. Museum of London Women Suffragette, Suffrage Movement, London Museums, Women In History, Strong Women, Girl Power, Feminism, Wales, Ireland

A group of suffragettes in the costume of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. 1908-1914, Illustrations Bureau

A group of suffragettes in the costume of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. 1908-1914, Illustrations Bureau

The Pankhurst women Women In History, British History, Women Suffragette, Women Right To Vote, Suffrage Movement, History Of Quilting, Belle Epoch, Brave Women, Vows

Dame Christabel Pankhurst; Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence - National Portrait Gallery

The Pankhurst women

Postcard illustrations of the years 1900 – from the propaganda used against the women’s suffrage and the suffragettes. These images are from the collections of professors Catherine H. Palczewski and June Purvis. Women Right To Vote, Get Out The Vote, Les Suffragettes, Anti Suffrage, Suffrage Movement, Feminist Art, Anti Feminist, Political Cartoons, Amor

How Suffrage Postcards Got Out the Vote

By creating suffrage postcards, suffragists were able to effectively spread their message and raise funds for the women's rights movement.

Christabel Pankhurst, British suffragette leader, casting her first vote. (Sometimes mis-identified as her mother, Emmeline Pankhurst, who was much older at the time of the victory. Belle Epoque, James Naismith, Art Nouveau, Emiline Pankhurst, Women Suffragette, Deeds Not Words, Brave Women, Power Dressing, Bass

Suffragettes: Anniversary of winning the vote

February 6 2008: It is 90 years since many women first gained the right to vote in Britain, with those over 30 enfranchised. Ten years later all women won the vote

Imprisoned suffragettes endured force-feeding and torture Women Suffragette, Prison Outfit, Force Feeding, Women Right To Vote, Suffrage Movement, Brave Women, Great Women, Edwardian Era, Women In History

Imprisoned suffragettes endured force-feeding and torture

The extreme hardships endured by the women who fought for the right to vote.

Old photo of women's suffrage picket demonstrating for freedom for Alice Paul, 1917. "To ask freedom for women is not a crime. Suffrage prisoners should not be treated as criminals." Women In History, World History, Ancient History, Tudor History, History Museum, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Today Pictures, Les Suffragettes

Suffragette for Alice Paul, 1917 Postcard

Old photo of women's suffrage picket demonstrating for freedom for Alice Paul, 1917. "To ask freedom for women is not a crime. Suffrage prisoners should not be treated as criminals."

Suffragette exhibition stand: 1909 by Christina Broom. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. Museum of London Emmeline Pankhurst, Sylvia Pankhurst, Women Suffragette, Angela Davis, Brave Women, Photography Exhibition, London Museums, Old London, Vintage London

Gallery: Early Photos of Suffragettes

The women who campaigned for the right to vote in the U.K.