Hosts Brian Fulton and Caitlin Heaney West take a look back at the passage of the 19th Amendment, the role Pennsylvania played in the suffrage movement and much more as the nation celebrates the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote in the United States.

1919 – Suffrage Ratified by Pennsylvania House

Tue, Jun 24, 1919 – 1 · The Times-Tribune (Scranton, Pennsylvania) ·

Rose Cain

Wed, Feb 16, 1898 – 5 · The Times-Tribune (Scranton, Pennsylvania) ·

The Burn Letter

Tennessee State Rep. Harry Burns received a letter from his mother, Febb Ensminger Burn, during the suffrage debate in 1919. The letter from a mother to a son changed his vote and the women of America gained the right to vote.