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Belva Ann Lockwood portrait
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The obituary of a remarkable woman and early American feminist:
Belva Lockwood (1830 1917) was the first woman lawyer to argue a case before the United States Supreme Court. A graduate of Genesee College, she was the nominee from the Equal Rights Party of the Pacific to run for President during the 1884 U.S. election.

1924 was a very important year for American women in politics...

     


Belva Ann Lockwood: Pioneer Sufragette (The Literary Digest (1917)

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