The Tennessee Woman's Suffrage Memorial
Market Square Knoxville Tennessee

Picture of Life-size memorial Statue honoring early Tennessee Women pioneers fighting for passage of the 19th amandment giving women the right to vote.
Historical -The Tennesee Woman's Suffrage Memorial depicts Lizzie Crozier French, Anne Dallas Dudley, and Elizabeth Avery Meriwether, Tennessee civil-rights pioneers who fought for passage of the 19th amendment, giving women the right to vote in 1920.

The women represent East, Middle and West Tennessee respectively and the statue was unveiled and dedicated on Saturday, August 26, 2006 in Knoxville's Market Square. The campaign to erect the life-size statue of the three leaders of the movement took nearly a decade and about $100,000 was raised privately to erect the memorial.

Picture submitted and copyrighted by J. Wilson ......................................................

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