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Petition to Congress for Women's Right to Vote

Petition to Congress for Women's Right to Vote, 1873, Industrial Revolution
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Petition to Congress for Women's Right to Vote is an Ink Drawing created in 1873. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Political Work. SourceDownload

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National Woman Suffrage Association

1873

To the Honorable Senate and House of Representatives in Congress
Assembled,

We the undersigned citizens of the United States, but deprived of some of the privileges and immunities of citizens, among which is the right to vote, beg leave to submit the following Resolution:

Resolved: That we, the officers and members of the National Woman Suffrage Association, in Convention assembled; Respectfully ask Congress to enact appropriate legislation during its present session to protect women citizens in the several states of this Union, in their right to vote,

Susan B. Anthony, Pres
Matilda Joclyn Gage, Ch. Ex. Com
Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Reed Enger, "Petition to Congress for Women's Right to Vote," in Obelisk Art History, Published November 13, 2016; last modified May 20, 2021, http://arthistoryproject.com/timeline/industrial-revolution/petition-to-congress-for-womens-right-to-vote/.

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