Privilege for Which We Struggled
Leaders of the Woman Suffrage Movement in Minnesota
Author Heidi Bauer
Minnesota Historical Society Press (March 15, 1999)
The twenty-five women profiled in this volume, as well as countless others from across the state, worked tirelessly for the right to do one thing—vote. It was the privilege for which they struggled. Their efforts were realized with the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920, allowing future generations to benefit from their inspiring work.
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"Minnesota has a proud tradition of activism in behalf of women's rights. With this book . . . we can reclaim this heritage and pass it on to future generations. The stories of these women are stories we should all know."
Sara Evans, author of Born for Liberty : A History of Women in America
"The profiles of these courageous women will serve as models for young women everywhere. All of us want to know more about women's contributions in Minnesota. This book fills that need."
Joan Growe, former Minnesota Secretary of State
- 182 pages
- 5.5 x 8.5 inches
- ISBN: 9780914227106