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awesome swag

Washington State Historical Society is partnering with Washington women artists to bring you the gear you need to bring in the Centennial. Proceeds go to supporting public grants and programming that celebrate Washington women's history

suffragettes

summit

rainier

Dr. Cora Eaton Smith led a team of 56 suffragettes to the top of Mt. Rainier in 1909 to plant a Votes for Women flag.

 

Show your Washington outdoors woman pride during the Centennial with this breezy tank

standing

for 

suffrage

Legend has it when Emma Smith DeVoe was 8 years old she attended a lecture by Susan B. Anthony and when she called to the audience 'Who will stand for suffrage?'

 

Little Emma was the only one standing among the crowd. 

Emma grew up to lead Washington State to be the first in the 20th century to win the vote for women. 

 

 

CONTACT US

 

Washington State Historical Society
1911 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98402
 

Elisa Law

Suffrage Centennial Coordinator

elisa.law@wshs.wa.gov

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