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Woman Suffrage Centennial Web Exhibit

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A card declares the United Equal Suffrage States of America and looks forward to adding more states to the union. Oregon was the seventh state to extend full voting rights to women, followed in close order by Arizona and Kansas. Washington State had been number five in states to grant "Vote for Women" in 1910, followed by California in 1911.

 

A card declares the United Equal Suffrage States of America and looks forward to adding more states to the union. Oregon was the seventh state to extend full voting rights to women, followed in close order by Arizona and Kansas. Washington State had been number five in states to grant "Vote for Women" in 1910, followed by California in 1911. (University of Oregon Library)

 

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