Peaceful Protests By Women Helped Them Win

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Suffrage Marker on the National Votes for Women Trail to be placed in Havre de Grace

Rich Bennett speaks with Erika Quesenbery and Amy Rosenkrans to learn more

On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, Rich speaks with Erika Quesenbery and Amy Rosenkrans about the National Votes for Women Trail.

Learn what women had to go through just to be able to vote in America. Peaceful protests, arrests, caravans and more.

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