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On 19 September 1893, all women of New Zealand earned the right to vote in parliamentary elections. In 1893 Kate Sheppard and her fellow suffragists gathered the signatures of nearly 32,000 women. A 270-m-long petition – then the largest ever presented to Parliament – was unrolled across the chamber of the House with dramatic effect. Despite t...
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