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Australia (Australia) (search for this): entry suffrage-woman
1 against a petition for Presidential and municipal suffrage for women. And for tax-paying women the vote was unanimous against the suffrage. After debate in the House for the latter, on Feb. 20, the vote stood 142 nays against 40 yeas. In Australia, Oct. 10, 1900, the legislative council of Victoria rejected the bill passed by the legislative Assembly providing for a referendum on the question of full woman suffrage. In 1899 woman suffrage bills were defeated in the legislatures of Mase, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin. In Great Britain women vote for some local officers, but not for members of Parliament. In many European countries, in Australia and New Zealand, in Cape Colony, in Canada, and in parts of India women vote on various terms for municipal or school officers. The New York State Association Opposed to the Extension of Suffrage to Women is an organization of women having i
Ohio (Ohio, United States) (search for this): entry suffrage-woman
itutional provision in Utah and Wyoming. In Indiana women may hold any office under the school laws, but cannot vote for any such officer. In Kansas women exercise the suffrage largely in municipal elections. In some form, mainly as to taxation or the selection of school officers, woman suffrage exists in a limited way in Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin. In Great Britain women vote for some local officers, but not for members of Parliament. In many European countries, in Australia and New Zealand, in Cape Colony, in Canada, and in parts of India women vote on various terms for municipal or school officers. The New York State Association Opposed to the Extension of Suffrage to Women is an organization of women having its headquarters in New York. The executiv
Hughes (Texas, United States) (search for this): entry suffrage-woman
act upon a bill giving tax-paying women in towns and villages the right to vote upon questions affecting property. The committee on election laws in the Massachusetts legislature reported 10 to 1 against a petition for Presidential and municipal suffrage for women. And for tax-paying women the vote was unanimous against the suffrage. After debate in the House for the latter, on Feb. 20, the vote stood 142 nays against 40 yeas. In Australia, Oct. 10, 1900, the legislative council of Victoria rejected the bill passed by the legislative Assembly providing for a referendum on the question of full woman suffrage. In 1899 woman suffrage bills were defeated in the legislatures of Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Vermont, Illinois, Oklahoma, Arizona, Indiana, Missouri, Michigan, and California. Woman suffrage amendments to the constitution were defeated by the people in the State elections of 1898 in South Dakota and Washington, and in Oregon in June, 1900. In Colorado, Ida
Iowa (Iowa, United States) (search for this): entry suffrage-woman
amendment in June, 1900. The vote stood 28,402 against 26,265 for, the whole vote of the people numbering 82,000. The joint resolution to submit to the people of Iowa a woman suffrage amendment was lost in the House in 1900 by a vote of 55 against 43 for, thereby showing a larger opposing vote than that cast in 1898. A woman sus. In some form, mainly as to taxation or the selection of school officers, woman suffrage exists in a limited way in Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Vs. Rossiter Johnson, and Mrs. George Phillips. Mrs. Phillips is secretary, 789 Park Avenue, New York. There are also societies in Massachusetts, Illinois, Oregon, Iowa, and Washington, and others are being organized. These work to oppose the extension of suffrage in their own States, but last winter combined in sending seven wom
California (California, United States) (search for this): entry suffrage-woman
was unanimous against the suffrage. After debate in the House for the latter, on Feb. 20, the vote stood 142 nays against 40 yeas. In Australia, Oct. 10, 1900, the legislative council of Victoria rejected the bill passed by the legislative Assembly providing for a referendum on the question of full woman suffrage. In 1899 woman suffrage bills were defeated in the legislatures of Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Vermont, Illinois, Oklahoma, Arizona, Indiana, Missouri, Michigan, and California. Woman suffrage amendments to the constitution were defeated by the people in the State elections of 1898 in South Dakota and Washington, and in Oregon in June, 1900. In Colorado, Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming, women have full suffrage and vote for all officers, including Presidential electors. The woman suffrage law was adopted in Wyoming in 1870, and in Colorado in 1893, and woman suffrage is a constitutional provision in Utah and Wyoming. In Indiana women may hold any office under
Warren, Ohio (Ohio, United States) (search for this): entry suffrage-woman
tenden, Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge, Mrs. George White Field, Mrs. Richard Watson Gilder, Mrs. Gilbert E. Jones, Mrs. Elihu Root, Mrs. George Waddington, Mrs. Rossiter Johnson, and Mrs. George Phillips. Mrs. Phillips is secretary, 789 Park Avenue, New York. There are also societies in Massachusetts, Illinois, Oregon, Iowa, and Washington, and others are being organized. These work to oppose the extension of suffrage in their own States, but last winter combined in sending seven women to appear before congressional committees to protest against a petition for women suffrage. The National American Woman's Suffrage Association, Mrs. C. Chapman Catt, president; honorary presidents, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony; vice-president-at-large, Rev. Anna. H. Shaw, Philadelphia, Pa.; corresponding secretary, Rachel Foster Avery, Philadelphia. Pa.; recording secretary, Alice Stone Blackwell, Boston, Mass.; treasurer, Harriet Taylor Upton, Warren, O.; office, 150 Nassau Street, New York.
Idaho (Idaho, United States) (search for this): entry suffrage-woman
oria rejected the bill passed by the legislative Assembly providing for a referendum on the question of full woman suffrage. In 1899 woman suffrage bills were defeated in the legislatures of Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Vermont, Illinois, Oklahoma, Arizona, Indiana, Missouri, Michigan, and California. Woman suffrage amendments to the constitution were defeated by the people in the State elections of 1898 in South Dakota and Washington, and in Oregon in June, 1900. In Colorado, Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming, women have full suffrage and vote for all officers, including Presidential electors. The woman suffrage law was adopted in Wyoming in 1870, and in Colorado in 1893, and woman suffrage is a constitutional provision in Utah and Wyoming. In Indiana women may hold any office under the school laws, but cannot vote for any such officer. In Kansas women exercise the suffrage largely in municipal elections. In some form, mainly as to taxation or the selection of school
or the selection of school officers, woman suffrage exists in a limited way in Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin. In Great Britain women vote for some local officers, but not for members of Parliament. In many European countries, in Australia and New Zealand, in Cape Colony, in Canada, and in parts of India women vote on various terms for municipal or school officers. The New York State Association Opposed to the Extension of Suffrage to Women is an organization of women having its headquarters in New York. The executive committee is as follows: Mrs. Francis M. Scott, chairman; Miss Alice Chittenden, Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge, Mrs. George White Field, Mrs. Richard Watson Gilder, Mrs. Gilbert E. Jones, Mrs. Elihu Root, Mrs. George Waddington, Mrs. Rossiter Johnson, and Mrs.
New Jersey (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): entry suffrage-woman
93, and woman suffrage is a constitutional provision in Utah and Wyoming. In Indiana women may hold any office under the school laws, but cannot vote for any such officer. In Kansas women exercise the suffrage largely in municipal elections. In some form, mainly as to taxation or the selection of school officers, woman suffrage exists in a limited way in Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin. In Great Britain women vote for some local officers, but not for members of Parliament. In many European countries, in Australia and New Zealand, in Cape Colony, in Canada, and in parts of India women vote on various terms for municipal or school officers. The New York State Association Opposed to the Extension of Suffrage to Women is an organization of women having its headqu
Delaware (Delaware, United States) (search for this): entry suffrage-woman
luding Presidential electors. The woman suffrage law was adopted in Wyoming in 1870, and in Colorado in 1893, and woman suffrage is a constitutional provision in Utah and Wyoming. In Indiana women may hold any office under the school laws, but cannot vote for any such officer. In Kansas women exercise the suffrage largely in municipal elections. In some form, mainly as to taxation or the selection of school officers, woman suffrage exists in a limited way in Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin. In Great Britain women vote for some local officers, but not for members of Parliament. In many European countries, in Australia and New Zealand, in Cape Colony, in Canada, and in parts of India women vote on various terms for municipal or school officers. The New York St
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