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Social Studies 10, Unit #8

What was it? A worldwide movement.
What did it result in? Violence and hunger strikes.
Who led the most of it (2 people, and different places)? Emmeline Pankhurst (UK) and Susan B. Anthony (USA).
What provinces gave in, in 1916? Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta.
How did those provinces give in? They gave women a right to vote.
Which provinces gave in, in 1917? Ontario and BC.
What happened in 1918? The federal enfranchisement.
What province gave in, in 1919? Quebec
Created by: dreycraf