Women's Suffrage - British
First Woman to Vote in England
Who was the first woman to vote in England? Here's a claim for that honor.
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson
Sister of suffrage activist Millicent Garrett Fawcett, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson was the first woman physician in Great Britain. She overcame much opposition to win her license.
Helen Blackburn was a women's suffrage worker in the British suffrage movement who donated her books for researchers into the movement's early years.
A biography of Barbara Bodichon, artist and women's rights activist.
A profile of Emily Davies, British suffrage worker and educator.
Millicent Garrett Fawcett
A biography of Millicent Garrett Fawcett, British women's suffrage activist, known for her constitutional approach -- more peaceful and rational than the confrontational style of the Pankhursts.
John Stuart Mill, Male Feminist
John Stuart Mill was the first to advocate in Parliament for extending the vote to women.
Woman Suffrage Timeline
This year-by-year timeline of when woman suffrage was won includes details on the British women's suffrage victories.
A biography of Emmeline Pankhurst, British suffrage leader.
Spy Pictures of Suffragettes Revealed
Nearly a century ago, Scotland Yard engaged in secret surveillance of the women's suffrage movement in the UK, including some of the first police surveillance photographs.