Women's Rights


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The Derby (1913) - Emily Davison trampled by King's horse | BFI National Archive

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Palace Pandemonium (1914) - Emmeline Pankhurst | BFI National Archive

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Trafalgar Square Riot (1913) | BFI

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033648:Bigg Market Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1900

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Various Suffragettes Material (0)

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Suffragette Cycle Rally, Ripon

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Suffragette news headline! #1913

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Suffragette bicycle lineup!!

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Beamish Suffrage Rally - Learning Activities for Schools

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Beamish Museum - Women's Suffragette Movement

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Beamish Suffrage Rally - Learning Activities for Schools

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Ethel Williams (1863-1948 )
- Overview About Ethel Williams In 1906 Ethel became the first woman to found a general medical practice in Newcastle, and she was reportedly the first woman to drive a car ...
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Emily Davison (1872 - 1913)
- Overview About Emily Davison Emily Wilding Davison was a militant suffragette campaigning for the right to vote for women in Britain. Davison joined the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) ...
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Meeting of Women's Social & Political Union (WSPU) leaders, c.1906 - c.1907.

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Ethel Smyth at a Women's Social & Political Union (WSPU) meeting, 1912.

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Holloway Prison C1905

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A suffragette on hunger strike being forcibly fed with a nasal tube c.1911
- Public Domain image c/o Wikimedia Commons. Originally published in The Suffragette, 1911.

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The Women's Suffrage Movement: A Reference Guide 1866-1928, By Elizabeth Crawford
- Book: Elizabeth Crawford; The Women's Suffrage Movement: A Reference Guide 1866-1928, Routledge (2003).

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Legacy of tragic Emily Davison ‘betrayed’
- the Journal, 3rd June 2013. "THE sexism still existing in modern society shames the sacrifice made by Northumberland suffragette Emily Davison, campaigners say. The Fawcett Society, which campaigns for equal ...

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Margaret Bondfield (1873 - 1953)
- Margaret Bondfield was a trades unionist, women's rights activist and political leader. She had had a number of union roles and was sbsequently elected to the General Council of the ...
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Suffragette demonstrations, October 1909
- "....Although the suffragettes do not seem to have been successful in their goal of speaking to Mr. Lloyd George, there were a number of protest incidents connected to his visit ...

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Kathleen Brown, Suffragette
- Kathleen Brown was a Suffragette from Newcastle. After throwing stones in Whitehall, Brown was sentenced to to seven days solitary confinement at Holloway Prison, where she went on hunger strike. ...
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Josephine Butler (1828-1906)
- Overview About Josephine Butler Josephine Elizabeth Butler was a social reformer and Christian feminist. Josephine Grey was born on the 13th of April 1828 in Milfield, near Wooler in Northumberland. ...

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