This is 11 Albert Street which is thought to have been one of the headquarters of the suffragettes in Plymouth. Not a lot is known about the day to day lives of protesters in Plymouth, but it is important to remember that the day-to-day activities, which may have included letter writing, keeping up to date about what laws were being debated in government and thinking of ways to spread the word of votes for women were just as important as the big moments in history that we have been discussing today. Its important to remember that many people protested and campaigned for women's suffrage peacefully - we call this group 'suffragists'. It's only the group called the suffragettes that used violence and direct action to achieve the same end.
In collection(s): (Actual)Is Violence the Answer? Struggle and Suffrage in Plymouth
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