Movements don’t have a beginning and an end. They are dams historians build in the river of history to capture the flow in a particular moment, and historians regularly move the location of those dams. And history is defined less by what happened than by who tells the story. When we mark the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment, it’s essential that we continue to investigate and explore the unheard and marginalized voices of the suffrage movement.
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