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Jennie Angell Mengel (1882-1934) Louisville Suffragist and Educator

hosting state-wide conventions. A controversy among Kentuckians pitted the veteran suffrage crusader Laura ... Clay and her allies, who insisted that suffrage was a state rather than a federal issue, against others ... important role in persuading the KERA, over Clay’s objections, to place increasing emphasis on federal ...

Virginia Robb McDowell (1874-1958): Louisville Artist and Suffragist

group led by Laura Clay, however, joined suffragists from other Southern states in opposing the Anthony ... September 4-10, 1916. New York: NAWSA, 1916.   Fuller, Paul E. Laura Clay and the Women’s Rights Movement. ... Suffrage Project, Laura Clay, KERA, Kentucky Equal Rights Association, Woman Suffrage Association of ...

Pearl Chenault Evans

January 6, 1888, under the leadership of her mother, Henrietta Bronston Chenault (1835-1918) and Laura ... Clay. See the 1889 roster of Fayette County ERA members includes "Mrs. Pearl Chenault-Evans" ...

Esther Burnam Bennett, 1877-1952

instance, on February 6, 1904, Esther and her mother attended a talk given by Laura Clay in Frankfort in ... 1910, Esther married Warfield Clay Bennett, Laura Clay’s nephew.  At the time of their marriage, ... between 1890 and 1915.  Sallie Bennett’s sister, Laura Clay, perhaps the most famous advocate for suffrage ...

Mary Jane Warfield Clay- portrait c1863

, Jr. (1843- 1843)   Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr. (1845- 1857)   Brutus Junius Clay (1847- 1932)   Laura ... http://library-old.eku.edu/archon/index.php?p=digitallibrary/digitalcontent&id=227 Teaching Material, Resources Tab, Roundup, KY Woman Biosketch, Teaching, H-Net Commons Clay, Mary ... Jane photograph. Circa 1863. Box 3, Folder 11. Image number 0010-006-08 Cassius M. Clay Collection. ...

Mary Barr Clay starts first permanent woman suffrage clubs in Kentucky

In May 1879 during the National Woman Suffrage Association convention, Mary Barr Clay met Susan B. ... Mrs. E.E. McCann and Mrs. Martha Haley. Mary B. Clay was also the first Kentucky woman to speak ... Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Mary Barr Clay, National Woman Suffrage Association, Women and Gender ...

About the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project

years from when Mary Barr Clay started the first permanent Kentucky women’s club focused on suffrage.  ... Church, dedicated on March 24, 2019) Mary Barr Clay- Richmond (at White Hall Historic Shrine, dedicated on ... Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate, dedication date TBA) 2020wvci.jpg See the special issue from the National ...

Mrs. Sarah Clay Bennett speaks before the U.S. Senate Committee on Woman Suffrage

Along with other members of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, Sallie Clay Bennett ... privileges and immunities as a citizen of the United States." Resource: "Remarks of Mrs. Sarah Clay ... Woman Suffrage Project, Sarah "Sallie" Clay Bennett, Women and Gender History/ Studies, ...

Mary Barr Clay

(Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2012): 44. Fuller, Paul E. Laura Clay and the Woman’s Rights Movement ... 1839, to Mary Jane Warfield and Cassius M. Clay. In 1866 Clay married Major John Francis “Frank” ... of Clay and changed the last names of her two youngest children to Clay also. In May 1879 during the ...

Laura Clay video clip

Roundup, KY Woman Biosketch, Teaching, H-Net Commons Video clip about Laura Clay, suffragist in Lexington ... Laura Clay entry on the Kentucky Votes for Women Trail entry here. Keywords:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage ... Project, Laura Clay, Teaching Resources, network projects, Women and Gender History/ Studies, Media ...

John Daugherty White of Clay County and Louisville, advocate for woman suffrage during the Gilded Age

the Kentucky Court of Appeals in 1912. He eventually returned to Clay County where his sister Laura ... John Daugherty White (1849-1920) was a politician from Goose Creek near Manchester in Clay County; ... the secretary and treasurer of the Louisville Equal Rights Association. John's sister, Laura R. ...

KERA Office

vice-president of the NAWSA between 1913 and 1915. The daughter of Mary Barr Clay, Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett (wife ...

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