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Mrs. M. Worthington a.k.a. Sister Magdala

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In 1893, Mrs M. Worthington of Christchurch put her signature to sheet 545 of the Women’s Suffrage Petition. More than 30,000 other women also signed, however today relatively little is known about their lives. The Petition is now housed at the National Library of New Zealand within the new He Tohu exhibition, under the care of Archives NZ. A...

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