Suffrage Through Service: How Military Service Expanded Voting Rights

By Russell Horton Reference Archivist Throughout U.S. history, men and women in the military have risked their lives to protect the civil rights we enjoy as citizens. Beyond protection, their brave service has also affected some of those rights over the past 150 years. In particular, military service has changed

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Service, Sacrifice, Incomplete Citizenship

  Most people who have studied World War I history are aware of the horrors endured and sacrifices made by our service members. Often, when we think of our citizens in military service, images of the Doughboys come to mind. Just as our government called men to military service, women

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