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Among them was Charlotte Woodward, a 19 year-old farm girl who longed to become a printer, a trade then reserved for males.
She joined the abolitionist movement to end slavery.
She wore loose-fitting clothing, played sports, drove an automobile, and even smoked in public.
She supported charities and social reforms, including women’s suffrage.
White and middle-class women dominated the WCTU, NAWSA, and most other national women’s groups.
The groups usually rejected black women for fear of alienating white supporters in the racially segregated South.
Since many men were fighting, their wives and daughters often had to run the family farm, go to work in factories, or take up other jobs previously done by men. It stated: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.” It failed to grant women the right to vote.