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On 13 April 1896, the National Council of Women was inaugurated in Christchurch. Kate Sheppard, a prime mover in the franchise for women movement, gathered together a group of women who like herself, were concerned with social reforms in general, and reforms affecting the status and conditions of their sex. She became first president of the coun...
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