Utah Women's Suffrage Sites
Utah Women's Suffrage Sites
Visit the downtown Salt Lake City sites involved in the Utah women's suffrage movement. Utah women were the first American women to vote under equal suffrage laws in February 1870 -- fifty years before the passage of the 19th Amendment. This amendment extended women's voting rights throughout the United States, yet many women of color continued to fight for those rights. Learn about this history. This tour is a Better Days 2020 project. For more info, visit: utahwomenshistory.org

Credits: Utah State Historical Society, LDS Church History Library, National Woman's Party, Utah Capitol Preservation Board, J. Willard Marriott Library Special Collections at University of Utah, Amy Tanner Thiriot, and Ron Fox
Sep 9, 2019
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