Although she refused to pay the fine, the authorities declined to take further action. Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington — founder-member of the Irish Women's Franchise League Margaret Skinnider — — Scottish-born Irish revolutionary, feminist, suffragist Isabella Tod — — Scottish-born Anti sex feminist movement in Port Augusta suffragist and politician Jenny Wyse Power — — feminist, politician, suffragist Edith Young —10 — Irish suffragist organiser and activist.
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University of Iowa. Anthony clubs Izetta Jewel — — stage actress, women's rights activist, politician and first woman to second the nomination of a presidential candidate anti sex feminist movement in Port Augusta a major American political party convention Laura M.
Nashville Banner. Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Norah Elam born — Irish-born British suffragette and fascist Dr. Congress passed it in and the amendment was ratified on August 18, The Independent. Bloomsbury Publishing. Wells — — journalist, editor, poet, women's rights advocate, and diarist Ida B.
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