Imprisoned suffragette letter discovered

Imprisoned suffragette letter discovered
 

A previously unknown letter from the first suffragette to be jailed in the campaign for the vote has been discovered by an Oxford historian.
Written the day after Annie Kenney was released from prison in Manchester in 1905, it is being claimed as the earliest known letter from a woman involved in the militant protests.
The letter, to her sister, was found in an archive in Canada.
"We don't have anything like this before," said Lyndsey Jenkins.
The historian was researching the Kenney family when she found the previously unrecognised letter in an archive in Canada - where Annie... read more

 
21 September 2018 in Regional, Views: 62
Source: BBC
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