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Night of Terror Timeline: November 14-15, 1917

November 14th #OTD 1917,12PM: We were sentenced to imprisonment @ Lorton's OccoquanWorkhouse when we refused to pay the fine (EllaFindeisen) #NightofTerro — TPSM (@TPSM2020) November 14, 2014 Arrested #OTD 1917: Ada Kendell, Ruth Crocker, Katherine Fisher, Anna Guenter, Nina Samarodin, Hilda Blumberg,
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Night of Terror Timeline: November 13, 1917

#OTD 1917, 1PM: A picket line of 31 of us went out from NWP to the White House. (Hilda Blumberg) #NightofTerror #suffrage — TPSM (@TPSM2020) November 13, 2014 Banners were taken and destroyed, they proceeded with bare poles. (Hilda Blumberg) #NightofTerror — TPSM (@TPSM2020) November 13, 2014 #OTD
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Night of Terror Timeline: November 12, 1917

#OTD 1917, 10AM: All 41 of us were arrested and tried for "obstructing traffic." (Lucy Burns) #NightofTerror #suffrage #wmnhist — TPSM (@TPSM2020) November 12, 2014 #OTD 1917, 3PM: All of us were dismissed w/o imposing sentence.The judge was taking the case under advisement. (HattieKruger)
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Night of Terror Timeline: November 10, 1917

#OTD 1917: 41 of us marched in 5 groups to the White House to protest the treatment of Alice Paul. (Mrs. Brannan) #NightofTerror — TPSM (@TPSM2020) November 10, 2014 #OTD 1917, 9AM: Our first group marched carrying gold lettered banners & the purple, white & gold flags. (Mrs. Brannan) #NightofTerror
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Countdown to the Night of Terror

Today we begin posting our timeline countdown to the Night of Terror. Follow us on Twitter @tpsm2020. Timeline: November 9, 1917 AlicePaul had been in DC jail since Oct 20, 1917. On Nov 9, a group of suffragists went to visit her. #NightofTerror pic.twitter.com/OuItJvKHCY — TPSM (@TPSM2020) November 9, 2014
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Day #5 of the ‘Night of Terror” observance & the “why” of the White House picketing

Read this great post from Suffrage Wagon News Channel on WHY the suffragists decided to picket the White House!
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“Night of Terror” Podcast Series

What do you really know about the Night of Terror? Leading up to the anniversary of the 1917 Night of Terror on November 14-15, please take time to listen to these excellent podcasts prepared by our campaign partner, Suffrage Wagon News Channel. We will be sharing these podcasts individually on our social media
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Upcoming “Night of Terror” Podcast Series

TPSM is very excited to share that our “Night of Terror” campaign partner, Suffrage Wagon News Channel, has created an 8-part “Night of Terror” podcast series that will be posted over the next week. This series is similar to Suffrage Wagon’s previous podcasts, including most recently,
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A History of Suffrage

In 2020, the nation will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution recognizing a woman’s right to vote. How it began. Officially, the suffrage movement in the United States began with the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848, convened by Elizabeth Cady Stanton
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TPSM on #WhyImVoting

By Whitney Stohr, Social Media Chair – Media & Marketing Committee Last Monday, October 27th, The Huffington Post published an article on HuffPost Women, titled Why 27 Influential Women Are Voting This November (And Why You Should Too). Since then, the hashtag #WhyImVoting has all but gone viral, with
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