Margaret Hinchey

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Margaret Hinchey
Born (1870-12-10)10 December 1870
Died 29 February 1944(1944-02-29) (aged 73)

Margaret Hinchey (10 December 1870 – 29 February 1944) was am American suffragist, labor organizer and leader.[1] Margaret Hinchey was known to have spoken at a meeting of the Equal Suffrage League and interview President Woodrow Wilson. She spoke to push for Women's Suffrage. <NY Times, 5 February 1914>

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