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American Woman Suffrage Association and Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association

suffrage conventions Lucy Stone Mary Barr Clay Women and Gender History/ Studies KYSuffrageTrail Your ... President Lucy Stone and Mary Barr Clay (who became AWSA president in 1883) at the home of Mary Jane Warfield Clay in Lexington. The convention gathered many who were curious about the suffrage movement, and ...

Mary Barr Clay

Site:  Lexington Cemetery Event(s)/Use associated with woman/group/site:  Burial place of Mary Barr Clay ... 1894-1912 Geographic Location:  Keywords:  Mary Barr Clay Lexington KY Kentucky Equal Rights Association ... Your Affiliation:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project Additional Comments:  Mary Barr Clay (1839-1924) was ...

Laura Clay's home when in Lexington

house (razed in 1955 for a parking lot) Event(s)/Use associated with woman/group/site:  Laura Clay lived ... Keywords:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project Laura Clay Anne Clay Crenshaw Mary Jane Warfield Clay Lexington KY ... Laura Clay who was attending school in Michigan, lived there and many parlor meetings on women's ...

In Their Own Words

call, including Kentuckians Eugenia B. Farmer, Mary Barr Clay, Caroline A. Leech, Laura Clay, Lida ... a lady she will remember called “Miss Laura,” a reference to suffrage leader and friend of Obenchain’s, Laura Clay. These works by Obenchain have been a real pleasure to read, because they not only ...

Surrounded by Suffrage

suffrage leaders such as Laura Clay. I decided to try and track down Winslow and found out that she is ... County KY, Trimble County KY, Lily Ray Glenn, Lucy Winslow, Laura Clay, Katherine Pettit, Lida Calvert ... suffrage in my life and that was through my time at Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate. I have given tours ...

A Conversation with Melanie Goan

I’ve always known the story of Kentucky suffrage through Laura Clay and Madeline McDowell ... correspondence.    JL: Can you share anything you have seen in Laura Clay's papers that you did not expect to ... over a certain rather mysterious letter she received in 1908, addressed to “Citizen Laura Clay ...

Drawing to a Close

organization because of the thirty conventions it holds, these are the only ones without Laura Clay as ... member Sallie Clay Bennett, and niece of Laura Clay to the Presidency. Bennett would not hold her ... Association, Madeline McDowell Breckinridge, Laura Clay, Christine Bradley South, Elise Bennett Smith, Edwin ...

Lost to Time

Breckinridge  and Laura Clay  had both made speeches there in the recent past, and some people in the county ... Breckinridge, Laura Clay, Anderson County KY, Sallie M. Hubbard, Isabella H. Shepard, Hickman KY, Covington KY, ... these women were also fighting for suffrage just as people like Madeline McDowell Breckinridge and Laura ...

Connections between Kentucky and Tennessee- history of woman suffrage and voting rights today

the suffragists Laura Clay and Madeline McDowell Breckinridge held a debate in 1919 focusing on the ... local or state officers were also suffragists (e.g., Laura Clay in Kentucky). No woman was more ... South. Laura Clay, the youngest of Mary Jane Clay’s daughters, was elected president. At the age of 32, ...

History of Kentucky Women's Suffrage: An Overview

the Clay sisters, Laura, was elected president. This is the first suffrage organization to represent a ... American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) in 1890, Laura Clay became the main voice for Southern white ... 1890. In February 1894 Sallie Clay Bennett (Laura's older sister) spoke on behalf of the NAWSA ...

Mary Ellen Britton: A Potent Agent for Public Reform

1855 to Laura Marshall and Henry Harrison Britton. Her father Henry, who was of Spanish/Indian heritage, was a free born carpenter and barber. Her mother, Laura was born a slave yet unlike most slaves she was taught to read and write and was freed by her mistress in 1848 at the age of 16. Also Laura ...

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