Women's History Month

So many of the privileges we enjoy to day were earned through diligent efforts, pain and suffering by those who went before. An example is the right to vote - a right that was hard-won by dedicated women. These women, called suffragettes, fought against the inequality that kept them from being full participants in our democratic republic. Their labors and some of their stories are highlighted in this year's exhibit at Historic Fort Steuben. From Abigail Adams to Susan B. Anthony, learn about them and many lesser known women from Ohio who dedicated themselves to women's suffrage.

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