NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Communities across Middle Tennessee are celebrating this year’s 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote.
The great-grandnephew of the state lawmaker whose vote allowed Tennessee to ratify the 19th Amendment wants to set the record straight about his noted forebear.
In 1927, a 22-year-old Cumberland University law school graduate named Winfred Earl Michael began his first job as an attorney in Sweetwater.
For Tyler Boyd, McMinn County’s Bicentennial is doubly special as it marks the centennial of women voting.
By Esther Nunley McMinn County Living Heritage Museum
Harry T. Burn: Woman's Suffrage. Free elections and a life of service