Emmeline Pankhurst 1858-1928
Emmeline was born in Manchester and she died in London, UK.
When Richard Marsden Pankhurst
married Emmeline Goulden in 1879, he knew he was in for a
Richard and Emmeline Pankhurst had two
children, Christabel Harriette and
Madame Emmeline Pankhurst and her offspring put the rage in
Thanks to Pankhurst's tireless efforts
and that of her fellow suffragettes, Britain's women were allowed to
vote from 1928 onwards.
And a the fight was tough for the ladies. Here is a glimpse of the action.
BRITISH SUFFRAGETTES OUTSIDE
NOVEMBER 18, 1910
Emmeline Pankhurst toured the United
States to promote her cause. While in Connecticut on November 13,
1913, she gave her
Freedom or Death speech.