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As an organizer for the Connecticut suffrage movement, Pierson gave speeches and organized events.

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Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association records. Her parents were Joshua and Maria Rogers, who married on January 22, Her father worked as a farmer and carpenter in Montville, Connecticut. History of Woman Suffrage. Engage with us on social media, us at Suffrage Centennial events throughout year, and participate in the celebration of the century!

We invite you to us and celebrate at the town, state, and national level. She was raised in Hartford and stayed there her entire life. Born June 4,Frances Ellen Burr was one of the very first champions of organized feminist activity within Connecticut. Hepburn also contributed to the Connecticut Birth Control League and an illegal Hartford birth control clinic in the s.

Ludington was on the national board and she served as the New England Director.

Afterwards, she worked as a high school teacher in Bristol, Connecticut. Inthe federal amendment that would grant women the right to vote was passed by Congress and sent to all the states for approval. After suffrage had been won, Hepburn remained active in politics. Vol 6. Ludington never married and died at the age of 83 on March 9, in her home in Old Lyme, Connecticut, due to an illness.

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Shortly thereafter, in one of the most recognized efforts within the suffragist movement, Burr petitioned the Connecticut General Assembly to formally discuss an bill to give women the right to vote. He also served as a militiaman during the war of They had six children togetherfour of whom survived to adulthood: Joshua, born July 13, ; Frank, born January 11, ; Maria, born March 27, ; and Grace, born January 16, Her husband died in in a steamer accident on the Thames River, Connecticut.

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She emphasized how woman suffrage would help in the fight against the white slave trade and venereal disease. She died peacefully in her home in Hartford, Connecticut on February 9,at the age of 92, but not before she was able to see her dream realized in August of when women across the nation were granted the right to vote.

She was inspired to fight actively for suffrage after attending a lecture in Hartford in by British suffragist Emmeline Pankhurst.

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After finishing school, Hepburn traveled around Europe and later took a teaching job in Baltimore, Maryland, where she met Thomas N. Hepburn, a medical student at John Hopkins. Connecticut in During the late s, Hepburn pulled back from activism to focus on family.

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The outcome, although discouraging, only continued to motivate Connecticut suffragists to press successive legislatures to consider bills, prepare petitions, and speak at hearings. The couple has seven children. Wade New York, Macmillan, Ludington was the fifth of seven children. Accessed May 2, The Houghtons owned Corning Glass Works.

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Unfortunately, Holcomb refused and Tennessee ended up being the thirty-sixth state to approve the amendment. Accessed April 30, In History of Woman Suffrage, Vol. Anthony, and Matilda Joslyn Gage, eds. Katherine Beach Day Hartford, Connecticut.

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Ludington took a leadership role in establishing the League of Women Voters in In this group. The Centennial Suffrage Celebration is not only a celebration of a historic Constitutional landmark, but also of every woman who fought to make it possible.

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Recalling her isolation in the early suffrage efforts, Burr wrote a letter to Susan B. In her capacity as recording secretary of the CWSA, Burr worked to win the vote for women, first in school and local elections and then on a state and national level. Acting as the secretary and treasurer of the small, but earnest ,organization, Burr encouraged membership from those interested in and outside of Connecticut, of all classes and beliefs. Alfred committed suicide inand Caroline died from stomach cancer in Relatives raised Hepburn and her two sister, Edith and Marion.

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Online at. Women wanted to vote in the presidential election and Ludington worked for the Connecticut legislature to approve the amendment because it needed 36 states to be officially ratified, and at this time only 35 had agreed. She turned down a bid for U. Senate, however, she was an enthusiastic birth control organizer.

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One of those events was the Trolley Campaign in early On the trolleys of Hartford, New Haven, Fairfield, and once the Springfield trolley crossed the state line, women would pass out pamphlets and tracts about women suffrage. After many marches and much publicity, the women convinced the mayor to order an investigation, which lead to the closing of the houses involved.

Mary Janes Rogers Aldrich. She composed a long letter stressing that the National American Woman Suffrage Association was not doing enough for voting rights. Viewing the state suffrage association as archaic, the two women formed the Hartford Equal Franchise League. Brought Down to New York: T. Chicago: J. Neoc l.

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Tragedy plagued the family. The group became a huge instrument in training women to work in government and shaped electoral politics. In her leisure, Ludington was a successful portrait painter. Vol 3.

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She died suddenly, on March 17after a cerebral hemorrhage. Katharine became interested in woman suffrage after hearing a speech by British activist Emmeline Pankhurst in There she befriended Connecticut native and young socialite, Emily Miller Pierson. Shortly thereafter, Katherine Houghton Hepburn, Katherine Beach Day, and her daughter Josephine Beach Bennett organized local women to abolish the white slave trade and prostitution within the city.

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Around age sixty-seven, Mary Jane Rogers became the treasurer of the Connecticut State Woman Suffrage Association, serving in this role from to After declining to continue on as treasurer aftershe served as auditor for the Suffrage Association until her death in either or Cady Stanton, E. New York: J. Daughters of the American Revolution. Read their stories below:.

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She also helped to lead the effort of the Connecticut Birth Control League, which fought to repeal the federal Comstock Law. The Comstock Law made contraception illegal to sell or take, regardless of whether a person was married or single.

Connecticut women were at the forefront of the Suffrage Movement, and continue to lead the fight to expand voting access today. Ludington devoted her life to social justice and world peace, an advocated for the creation of the United Nations.

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InHepburn linked the vote with other initiatives like moral reform. Her fight for reproductive rights laid the groundwork for the landmark case Griswold v.

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