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Special Reports for " History"

The Equality State: Women's Rights on the Western Frontier *

Wyoming, while still a territory, anticipated women's suffrage nationally by 51 years. From 1869, Wyoming women, including "all colored women and squaws," enjoyed the right to vote and own property in their own names.

Women's Rights on the Western Frontier
The twentieth century heralded in the atomic age and the era of space exploration. Incredibly though, in the first part of that century, civilized countries around the world, including the United States (whose sovereignty was premised on equality for all), had yet to afford women suffrage or the right to hold office and own property. ...

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