Louisville Equal Rights Association is formed

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The Louisville Equal Rights Association is founded at a meeting in the home of Susan Look Avery. The main organizers are Avery, Margaret A. Watts and Caroline Apperson Leech.

Resources:

Ann Allen, "A Suffragist Dynasty: Susan Look Avery (1817-1915); Lydia Avery Coonley Ward (1845-1924); Helen Avery
Robinson (1855-1943); Kate Shindler Jewett Avery (1856-1926)," H-Kentucky (02-20-2018). https://networks.hnet.org/node/2289/discussions/1413924/suffragist-dynasty-susan-look-avery-1817-1915-lydia-avery-coonley

Claudia Knott, "Woman Suffrage," 949 in The Encyclopedia of Louisville, ed. John E. Kleber (Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 2001).

"The Louisville Equal Rights Association: Women's Suffrage in Louisville Kentucky," A Story Map, ESRI
https://www.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/index.html?appid=63ca790d23e94978b15247b78113e868


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