List of suffragists and suffragettes


List of suffragists and suffragettes

This is a list of suffragists and suffragettes who were campaigners for women's suffrage. Suffragists and suffragettes were often members of different societies which had the same aim, but used differing tactics: for example, suffragettes in the British usage denotes a more 'militant' type of campaigner.

*Milicent Fawcett (UK)
*Emmeline Pankhurst (UK)
*Sylvia Pankhurst (UK)
*Christabel Pankhurst (UK)
*Elizabeth Garrett Anderson (UK)
*Louisa Garrett Anderson (UK)
*Susan B. Anthony (US)
*Annie Arniel (US)
*Nancy Astor (UK)
*Hubertine Auclert (France)
*Dorothea Beale (UK)
*Mary Gawthorpe (UK)
*Lydia Becker (UK)
*Louie Bennett (Rep. of Ireland)
*Ethel Bentham (UK)
*Annie Besant (UK)
*Rosa May Billinghurst (UK)
*Teresa Billington-Greig (UK)
*Harriet Eaton Stanton Blatch (US)
*Amelia Bloomer (US)
*Margaret Bondfield (UK)
*Catherine Booth (UK)
*Elsie Bowerman (UK)
*Vera Brittain (UK)
*Lucy Burns (US)
*Frances Buss (UK)
*Josephine Butler (UK)
*Mona Caird (UK)
*Carrie Chapman Catt (US)
*Ada Churchill-Sawyer (UK)
*Anne Clough (UK)
*Leonora Cohen (UK)
*Margaret Cole (UK)
*Selina Cooper (UK)
*Edith Cowan (Australia)
*Richmal Crompton (UK)
*Mary Crudelius (UK)
*Nora Dacre-Fox aka Nora Elam (UK)
*Emily Davies (UK)
*Emily Davison (UK)
*Maria Deraismes (France)
*Jeanne Deroin (France)
*Charlotte Despard (UK)
*Hedwig Dohm (Germany)
*Henrietta Dugsdale (Australia)
*Abigail Scott Duniway (US)
*Flora Drummond (UK)
*Marguerite Durand (France)
*Max Eastman (US)
*Shehryar Farooq (US)
*Millicent Fawcett (UK)
*Clara S. Foltz (US)
*Elizabeth Fry (UK)
*Charlotte Fulton (Australia)
*Fanny Furner (Australia)
*Matilda Joslyn Gage (US)
*Eva Gore-Booth (Rep of Ireland)
*Olympe de Gouges (France)
*Marianne Hainisch (Austria)
*Nellie Hall (UK)
*Cicely Hamilton (UK)
*Jane Ellen Harrison (UK)
*Alice Hey (Australia)
*Emily Hobhouse (UK)
*Winifred Holtby (UK)
*Julia Ward Howe (US)
*Elizabeth How-Martyn (UK)
*Elsie Inglis (UK)
*Aletta Jacobs (Netherlands)
* [Jacobs Eleanor] (UK)
*Ada James (US)
*David G. James (US)
*Sophia Jex-Blake (UK)
*Annie Kenney(UK)
*Ellen Key (Sweden)
*Grace Kimmins (UK)
*Mary Kingsley (UK)
*Anne Knight (UK)
*Annie Knight (UK)
*Aleksandra Kollontai (Russia)
*Serena Lake (Australia)
*Louisa Lawson (Australia)
*Jennie Lee (UK)
*Mary Lee (Australia)
*David Francis McNamara Liakos (US)
*Shannicia Love (US)
*Florence Luscombe (US)
*Kathleen Lynn (Rep of Ireland)
*Margaret Mackworth, 2nd Viscountess Rhondda (UK)
*Sarah Mair (UK)
*Constance Markievicz (Rep of Ireland)
*Dora Marsden (UK)
*Harriet Martineau (UK)
*Eleanor Marx (UK)
*Nellie McClung and the rest of the Famous Five (Canada)
*Clara McDiarmid (US)
*Alice Meynell (UK)
*Inez Milholland(US)
*Emma Miller (Australia)
*Harriet May Mills (US)
*Abigail Crawford Milton (US)
*Helena Molony(Rep. of Ireland)
*Dora Montefiore (UK)
*Lucretia Mott (US)
*Anna Maria Mozzoni (Italy)
*Flora Murray (UK)
*Mary Neal (UK)
*Florence Nightingale(Italy)
*Gretchen Neidles (Germany)
*Elizabeth Nicholls (Australia)
*Louise Otto (Germany)
*Christabel Pankhurst (UK)
*Emmeline Pankhurst (UK)
*Sylvia Pankhurst (UK)
*Adela Pankhurst (UK)
*Alice Paul (US)
*Edith Pechey (UK)
*Madeleine Pelletier (France)
*Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence (UK)
*Wenona Pinkham (US)
*Marie Popelin (Belgium)
*Eleanor Rathbone (UK)
*Mary Reid (UK)
*Edith Rigby (UK)
*Elizabeth Robins (UK)
*Rona Robinson (UK)
*Pauline Roland (France)
*Esther Roper (UK)
*Agnes Royden (UK)
*Margaret Sanger (US)
*Rose Scott (Australia)
*Julia Sears (US)
*Séverine (France)
* Dr Anna Howard Shaw (US)
*Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington (Rep of Ireland)
*Kate Sheppard (New Zealand)
*Ethel Smyth (UK)
*Ethel Snowden (UK)
*Catherine Helen Spence (Australia)
*Elizabeth Cady Stanton (US)
*Doris Stevens (US)
*Flora Stevenson (UK)
*Louisa Stevenson (UK)
*Lucy Stone (US)
*Emily Stowe (Canada)
*Jessie Street (Australia)
*Helena Swanwick (UK)
*Lydia Taft (US)
*M. Carey Thomas (US)
*Elizabeth Thompson (UK)
*Flora Tristan (France)
*Sojourner Truth (US)
*Harriet Shaw Weaver (UK)
*Beatrice Webb (UK)
*Ida B. Wells (US)
*Rebecca West (UK)
*Anna Doyle Wheeler (UK)
*Ellen Wilkinson (UK)
*Clara Zetkin (Germany)
*Romana Alli (UK)
*Kyllie Kempin (US)
*Sona Patterson-jasmin (uk)
*Heather Helsden-Gee (UK)

In fiction and popular culture

*The song "Seneca Falls" by the punk rock band The Distillers is about women's suffrage and references Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton

ee also

* List of democracy and elections-related topics


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