Women's Suffrage and a Walkless-Talkless Parade
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In 1916 St. Louis was host to the Democratic convention and as delegates walked to the St. Louis Coliseum, they encountered a 12 block walkless and talkless parade of suffragists advocating for the voting rights of women.  Author Margot McMillen discusses her book, The Golden Lane: How Missouri Women Gained the Vote and Changed History.
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