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Liberty Awakes in Washtenaw County: When Women Won the Vote

Liberty Awakes in Washtenaw County: When Women Won the Vote image
Volume/Issue
Winter 2010
Rights Held By
Ypsilanti Historical Society
OCR Text

Visit the Women’s Suffrage Exhibit opening January 8th, 2011 at the Museum on Main Street in Ann Arbor to learn answers to the following questions: Why did Washtenaw County vote against suffrage, not once, but twice? What town passed the Woman Suffrage Referendum in 1912 and 1913? What famous woman came to Ann Arbor to speak in 1912? And, how many equal suffrage associations were there in Washtenaw County in 1912?

The exhibit is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of the Ann Arbor Area in conjunction with the Washtenaw County Historical Society. The exhibit runs from January 8th through February 11, 2011. Co-curators of the exhibit are Jeanne Delay and Zoe Behnke. The hours of the exhibit are 12:00 to 4:00 Sunday through Saturday. To arrange a private tour for a group please email lwvannarbor.org.