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She was one of the first British female doctors (1892) and an active suffragist.
Arrested several times, she spent more time prison than any other American suffragist.
She was to be accompanied by another suffragist leader, Mrs. Mitchell of Ashton.
Did men in the House of Commons suddenly convert to the cause of the suffragist movement?