Pensacola's battle for the ballot

The women's suffrage movement made its way to Pensacola, Florida, in the spring of 1914, with Mrs. Edith Owen Stoner. the Chairman of the Southern Suffragist organizations for the National American Women Suffrage Association (NAWSA), and field organizer Lavinia Engle.
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Abstract/Description: The women's suffrage movement made its way to Pensacola, Florida, in the spring of 1914, with Mrs. Edith Owen Stoner. the Chairman of the Southern Suffragist organizations for the National American Women Suffrage Association (NAWSA), and field organizer Lavinia Engle.
Subject(s): Undergraduate Research
Pensacola
women's suffrage