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Votes for Women - 1912

In the national election of 1912, four states—Arizona, Kansas, Michigan and Oregon—joined with six other states—Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Washington and California—to give women the right to vote.

This map, depicting the states in which male voters had approved female suffrage, was prepared and released by the National American Woman Suffrage Association near the end of 1912.

Click on the map for a better view.


Media Credits

National American Woman Suffrage Association map, produced and released in 1912, online via the University of Virginia Library. Public Domain.

 

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