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Images of the Rhode Island General Assembly January 1920 session Act Extending the Right to Vote to Women Citizens.See also:Report of the Special Committee on Woman Suffrage, Etc. Made to the General Assembly at its January Session A.D., 1874


Image of the Rhode Island General Assembly January 1920 session Woman Suffrage Resolution.See also:Report of the Special Committee on Woman Suffrage, Etc. Made to the General Assembly at its January Session A.D., 1874


Image of the The Woman Citizen Monthly newsletter (Vol. 1 No. 1) published on February 15, 1905. The Woman Citizen Monthly newsletter was published monthly by the Rhode Island Woman Suffrage Association between 1905-1908.See also:Report of the…


Images of the Act by the Rhode Island General Assembly to incorporate the Rhode Island Woman Suffrage Association in 1892.See also:Report of the Special Committee on Woman Suffrage, Etc. Made to the General Assembly at its January Session A.D., 1874


Image of a Rhode Island Equal Suffrage Association membership ticket.See also:Report of the Special Committee on Woman Suffrage, Etc. Made to the General Assembly at its January Session A.D., 1874


To the Honorable the General Assembly
of the State of Rhode Island
We, the undersigned, women of
Rhode Island, would respectfully represent,
That, being law abiding citizens of
said State, we are denied the elective
franchise,…


Images of the four page Act of the Rhode Island General Assembly which granted women the right to vote in Presidential and Vice Presidential elections.See also:Report of the Special Committee on Woman Suffrage, Etc. Made to the General Assembly at…


Images of a meeting notice for the Rhode Island Equal Suffrage Association.See also:Report of the Special Committee on Woman Suffrage, Etc. Made to the General Assembly at its January Session A.D., 1874


Woman Suffrage

He Wanted the Apple.

Editor Telegram:
Isn't there a good deal of nonsense in the
talk about suffrage being such a "burden" that
we ought not to impose it on women? Men
do not regard it so in their own case, I notice. …


Woman Suffrage

Henry George on Woman Suffrage.

Henry George, in a recent number of his
paper, the Standard, says in reply to an ob-
jector:

The natural right of a woman to vote is just
as clear as that of a man, and rests on the…


Women voters would have used this machine to cast their first ballots. First used in the election of 1900, mechanical defects made voting returns inaccurate, and their use was subsequently banned in March of 1901. There was a repeal of this ban in…