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The Scottish Suffragettes (Scots' Lives)

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The popular depiction of the women's movement is often London-based with 'suffragettes' chaining themselves to railings, marching for the cause, breaking windows, getting arrested and being forcibly fed by prison authorities. But the movement was more widespread than this might suggest. Throughout the country, as support grew, Scott
Paperback, 96 pages
Published 2009 by National Museums of Scotland (first published August 2000)
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Her first career was as a stage actress in New York. Leah then wrote Vegan cookery books, before studying at the University of Edinburgh, obtaining a degree in history followed by doctoral research on social life on the Atholl estate in the eighteenth century

Her focus was on women’s history and Scottish history.
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