Do you know a Tennessee Suffrage Site?

…Or an Anti-Suffrage one?

Votes for Women National Trail

 In honor of the August 26, 2020 centennial celebration of woman suffrage in the United States, the National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites (NCWHS) is leading the effort to develop a nation-wide Votes for Women Trail. The Trail will highlight the role of each state in the fight to achieve woman suffrage.

The trail will feature the buildings, sites, historical markers, and monuments where woman suffrage activity took place in the United States before August 26, 1920. The goal is to create a national trail dedicated to documenting the story of woman suffrage, but we have to start on the local level.

Tennessee Suffrage and Anti-Suffrage Sites Needed. Can you help?

Tennessee played a crucial role in the battle for Woman Suffrage and deserves to be well represented on this national map. Please help by filling out this form with information on Suffrage Sites. The NCWHS is looking for:

  • Buildings
  • Monuments
  • Historical Markers
  • Gravesites
  • Historical Sites
  • Anti-Suffrage sites and events

When in doubt, submit!

The coordinating editor of the Votes for Women Trail reviews all submissions and will make the determination if the site should be included.
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