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Jane Hungerford Millbank (Women's Suffrage)

Women's Suffrage Project
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Devonte Matthews

on 12 November 2012

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Transcript of Jane Hungerford Millbank (Women's Suffrage)

Jane Hungerford Milbank Jane Hungerford Milbank (April 10, 1871- March 4, 1931) was an American Suffragette who organized the Army of columbians. Biography Jane had two boys : Cambridge Erlund and Charles B. Milbank. Children Where She Grew Up Books She did everything she could to push the Women's Suffrage movement so women would have rights. Women's Suffrage She was born in Sparta Geogia as Jane Hungerford;she married Charles B. Millbank and they had a son: Charles H.E. Milbank and later died on March 4, 1931 in Freeport Long Island. Both of them attended the army to follow in there Mother's foot steps. Stores in Sparta, Georgia in 1800s School in Sparta, Georgia They kept trying to approve there rights for women's suffrage in court but got denied every time.
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