The Okie Legacy: Vol 14, Iss 14 Women Suffrage Movement of 1920's
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Duchess of Weaselskin

Bayfield, Colorado - With a warm past few days and the snow melting at what seemed a rapid pace, this April Monday started out with cloudy skies and snow began falling at Vallecito Reservoir, in Southwest Colorado around 11:00 a.m. Mountain Daylight Time. But nothing sticking or accumulating even at 5:00p.m. through 7:00p.m. this evening.

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Highland County Virginia - Civil War 1861

Highland County, Virginia - This week we explore Highland county of Virginia and it's history and attitude of Highland people and the militia companies and the Battle of Camp Alleghany (13 December 1861, 105 acres, Pocahontas County, West Virginia) in the war of 1861 (Civil War) and how it affected Highland.

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April 1st, 1912 - Third Party Vision Looms Up Stronger

America - If you go back in time to 1 April 1912, Monday, The Washington Times was reporting that a possible third party vision was looming on the sidelines and getting stronger. And . . . Standard Oil was loosing it's Supreme Court Appeal. [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


100 Years Ago Today - April 2, 1912

New York - In The Evening World, New York, Tuesday, April 2, 1912, there was this headline sprawled across the top of the front page, "First Woman Makes Flight From London To Paris." Although, Miss Mary Davis was only passenger, she was recognized as the first women to cross the English Channel with aviator Gustav W. Hamel made the trip in an Aero-plane from London and landed safely in Paris. It was reported that Miss Davis soared to great heights over water. Miss Davis was reported as saying she "greatly enjoyed her record flight."

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Sweden To Give Women Vote And Parliament Seat

Sweden - In the same edition of The Evening World, dated 2 April 1912, we find that Sweden gave women the vote and parliament seat. The government bill conferred equal rights with men in the elections.

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Women Suffrage Movement of 1920's

Missouri - It was in The Evening Missourian, out of Columbia, Missouri, Thursday February 5, 1920, page 3, that we find the article concerning women suffrage movement, with the headlines "Women Will Mix In Politics of 1920." It was predicted that a large number would take part in National elections, and States rank high as Missouri leaders press Kentucky and Illinois for leadership.

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Correction: Email address for Sandie Olson is sandieo@pldi.net.
 ~Sandie Olson regarding Okie's story from Vol. 7 Iss. 15 titled UNTITLED

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Bayfield, Colorado - Today was the day that 1940 U.S. Census archives came out and you can start your search in the 1940's collection featuring more than one billion hand-selected U.S. records to help you locate your family in the 1940 and years beyond. You might find it overloaded with requests, though, so keep trying.

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2 April 1912 - New England Is Fast Lining Up For Roosevelt

New England - It is in The Washington Times, dated Tuesday evening, 2 April 1912, that we find the headlines, "New England Is Fast Lining Up For Roosevelt." Vermont and Maine would be followed by other States, as the New York contest grows bitter. Taft managers had abandoned hope of winning on first ballot. Anyone old enough to remember hearing stories about the battle between Taft and Roosevelt in April, 1912?

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