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Votes for Women Lapel Pin

€4.89
This pin celebrates the determination, hard work of the Suffragette movement to incur the right for women to vote.
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In 1919, Wisconsin raced with Michigan and Illinois to become the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment and guarantee women's right to vote in the Constitution. Notable Wisconsinite Belle La Follette was known for her eloquent speeches that demanded equal access to the ballot box.

In 1919, Wisconsin raced with Michigan and Illinois to become the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment and guarantee women's right to vote in the Constitution. Notable Wisconsinite Belle La Follette was known for her eloquent speeches that demanded equal access to the ballot box.

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