100 Years of Women's Suffrage
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In our Constitution Day speaker’s award-winning book, author Lisa Tetrault examines the American myth behind the birth of the women’s rights movement at the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848 in a provocative new history.
Jennie Bradley Roessing was a Pittsburgh native and women’s suffrage movement leader, whose work lobbying the Pennsylvania legislature to recognize the woman suffrage bill was fundamental in its passing. Roessing describes the history of her work for the Woman Suffrage Association in this article from 1914.