National Woman's Party Suffrage Flag

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Alice Paul founded the National Woman's Party in 1916 as a lobbying organization to promote women's suffrage. The suffrage flag was created to celebrate each state that included a suffrage amendment in their state constitution. The final flag has 36 stars, representing 36 states, which was the final number needed to ratify the suffrage amendment in the U.S. Constitution. This replica flag is a reminder of the hard work done by the National Woman's Party towards granting women the right to vote.
Product Details
  • 3' x 5'
  • Polyester
$ 7.95
$ 7.95

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