[slides] Boston in the Women’s Suffrage Movement

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As the centennial of women’s suffrage in the United States approaches, there are events and commemorations planned throughout the country. What was Boston’s part in the campaign for the right of women to vote? We will talk about some of the important players in Boston – both women and men – and some of the strategies used to gain attention and support for the cause. Then on Sunday, join us on a walk to see the places where these women lived and where that work was carried out. (Information on this special tour for History Camp Boston attendees is below.)

 Katherine Dibble and members of the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail.

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