Document Type

Thesis

Publication Date

2015

Abstract

This creative thesis project looks at the Women’s Suffrage Movement in Dayton, Ohio between the years of 1890 and 1920, when the 19th Amendment passed. Research is presented to profile seven historical women who took part in the local Women’s Suffrage Movement. This project presents these women as pioneers and activists. It looks at how they interacted with the larger national Women’s Suffrage Movement, how it affected them and their actions, and how they in turn contributed to the larger movement, if they did at all. Profiles are on the following seven women: Hallie Q. Brown, Katharine Kennedy Brown, Martha McClellan Brown, Charlotte Reeve Conover, Jesse Leech Davisson, Louise Achey Kennedy and Katharine Wright (Haskell).

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The additional files available for download are entries originally published to a WordPress blog as part of this Humanities Project.

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.

Additional Files

About the Woman's Suffrage Movement.pdf (97 kB)
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Bibliography - The Woman's Suffrage Movement.pdf (192 kB)
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Charlotte Reeve Conover.pdf (113 kB)
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Collections - The Woman's Suffrage Movement.pdf (1085 kB)
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Dayton Suffragettes.pdf (236 kB)
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Educational Links - The Woman's Suffrage Movement.pdf (182 kB)
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Hallie Q. Brown.pdf (216 kB)
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Jesse Leech Davisson.pdf (202 kB)
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Katharine Kennedy Brown.pdf (279 kB)
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Katharine Wright (Haskell).pdf (182 kB)
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Louise Achey Kennedy.pdf (243 kB)
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Martha McClellan Brown.pdf (192 kB)
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National Woman's Suffrage.pdf (154 kB)
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The Battle for Suffrage in Ohio.pdf (241 kB)
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The Woman's Suffrage Movement- Dayton, Ohio (1890-1920).pdf (93 kB)
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Collections - Citations.pdf (121 kB)
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