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Links 1 through 10 of 13 by Pip Wilson tagged women

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902 The first place in the world to give women the right to vote and stand for election. Australia's Commonwealth Franchise Act came into force, second in the world after New Zealand ...

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From the famed suffragette family, Adela's politics shifted from left to right, and she formed the Australia First Movement, a conservative, nationalist, quasi-fascist organization ...

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When female Australian British subjects won the vote with the Uniform Franchise Act (June 16, 1902), Louisa Lawson was hailed by her political sisters as "The Mother of Womanhood Suffrage". (Women in South Australia were the first in the world to win the right to vote and stand for election.)

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1848 Louisa Lawson (d. August 12, 1920), Australian feminist, inventor, poet, founder/editor of the Republican and (for 17 years) founder/publisher/editor of Dawn: A Journal for Australian Women; mother of Australian poet, Henry Lawson (1867 - 1922).

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