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My parents have one not too far off of these too...I loved grinding the coffee as a kid. Shocking that I'm a full-on coffee addict now.

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Alice Paul. Fought for our right to vote. Was arrested for picketing, beaten, and force fed.

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The ERA: It's Back

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“And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” - Sylvia Plath

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Photo (Modern Girls & Old Fashioned Men)

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Medal commemorating suffragette Nellie Hall’s hunger strike, 1913

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Edwardian Tailored Shirt Waists. Made in white cotton, stiffly starched, worn with a bow at the neck, a leather belt and dark skirt; this was the favorite uniform of the office or factory girl, circa 1900-1919

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03 Apr 44: 24 year old aviator Evelyn Sharp, one of the original Women's…

WWII Day-By-Day: April 3

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The new face of the US$20 to replace Andrew Jackson, a slave owner. Harriott Tubman was born a slave, escaped using the Underground Railroad then after the Civil War championed women's Suffrage. What a human being was she! https://www.youtube.comwome/watch?v=XmsNGrkbHm4

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Pauline Cushman: The Spy of Cumberland

Union Spy Pauline Cushman photographed by Mathew Brady. #civilwar

Pauline Cushman: The Spy of Cumberland

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Muriel Thompson (1875-1939) Scottish suffragette; war-time ambulance driver; avid motorist, winning the first ladies’ motor race held at Brooklands (1908), the Ladies' Bracelet Handicap and the Scratch Motor Car Race. As a driver for the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry (FANY), she was required to be a mechanic, and was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of Leopold II, for evacuating wounded Belgian soldiers under fire (1915), and the Military Medal + Croix de Guerre for courage under fire…

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Earrings, c.1st century (gold, amethyst and jade) early promise of Suffragette jewellery design?

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