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Cover of the Fall 2020 issue of Historical New Hampshire.

Volume 73, No. 2, Fall 2020

Elizabeth Dubrulle, Editor
Beth A. Salerno, Guest Editor

Joan E. Desmarais, Illustrations Editor
Equal suffrage pin


Eizabeth Dubrulle and Beth A. Salerno
Am I not a woman and a sister image used by American reformers in the mid-1830s.

“A Woman in Politics!” Mary Clark, the Antislavery Movement, and the Emergence of Women’s Rights    

Beth A. Salerno
Image of engraving of Parker Pillsbury.

Parker Pillsbury and Tough New Hampshire Men

Stacey M. Robertson
Image of Nathaniel and Armenia White.

“Step by Step”: The Whites and the New Hampshire Woman Suffrage Association

Eizabeth Dubrulle
Painting of Marilla Ricker by Kate Gridley.

Women’s Appeal for Justice: Marilla Ricker, Suffragist and Lawyer    

Linda Upham-Bornstein
Image of Mary Chase.

“Nowise Daunted by Defeat”: Mary Chase and New Hampshire’s State Constitution

Eizabeth Dubrulle
Cover of the Woman Citizen magazine, December 4, 1920.

“This Is the Hour”: The Final Push for a Federal Amendment

Eizabeth Dubrulle
Image of Henry W. Blair.

Senator Henry W. Blair and the Sixteenth Amendment

Eizabeth Dubrulle
Image of the New Hampshire State House dome.

New Hampshire’s First Female Legislators

Liz Tentarelli
League of Women Voters poster, 1920, Courtesy Library of Virginia.

“To Finish the Fight”: Civic Education and the League of Women Voters

Liz Tentarelli

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