KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The girls’s suffrage motion in Tennessee shall be highlighted during a program subsequent month on the East Tennessee History Center.
The heart in Knoxville says the March 18 program is loose and open to the general public.
A show of items associated with the suffrage motion shall be on show. One of the pieces is a letter from Febb Ensminger Burn of Niota to her son, Harry, urging him to vote in want of the 19th Amendment. Burn modified his vote to “aye” and broke the tie in the Tennessee Legislature. That made Tennessee the overall state had to ratify the modification.