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Maplewood Celebrates 100th Anniversary of 19th Amendment, Which Gave (White) Women the Vote

This week, the Maplewood Township Committee shared a proclamation celebrating 100 years of the 19th Amendment, which first allowed white women to vote in 1920.

“New Jersey has a rich history in the suffrage movement, joining a federal pursuit of women’s right to vote,” said Township Committee . . .

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