Ethel Snowden

Standard Name: Snowden, Ethel


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Education Mary Gawthorpe
Apprenticeship included some part-time attendance at the Pupil-Teacher Centre in the LeedsSchool Board offices. There MG continued with largely the same subjects as at school, with the addition of French, educational theory, psychology, and...
Friends, Associates Mary Gawthorpe
During her time with the WSPU, MG worked with Christabel Pankhurst (who was twenty-four when Gawthorpe first met her, before she had yet met Isabella Ford ), whom, like Ethel Snowden , she knew from...
Reception Mary Gawthorpe
This article brought MG an invitation to tea with Isabella Ford , a tea at which Ford and Ethel Annakin (later Snowden) asked her why she had written her article—apparently implying that she ought to...
Textual Production Constance Smedley
An appendix, Women and the State by Ethel Snowden , was reprinted from the January number of The World's Work, giving a brief history of women in local government and public positions.
Smedley, Constance, and Mrs Philip Snowden. Woman: A Few Shrieks!. Garden City Press.
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Constance Smedley
Life, she wrote here, is a perpetual crusade.
Smedley, Constance, and Maxwell Armfield. Crusaders. Chatto & Windus, 1912.
She had had an irresistible desire to crystallize every phase in the form of some sort of story for grown-ups or children, but the experiences had...


19 May 1906
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman , newly-elected Prime Minister, received a deputation of suffragists.
26 July 1913
The National Union of Women's Suffrage SocietiesWomen's Pilgrimage culminated in London with a meeting in Hyde Park.
Early August 1914
In response to the support for Britain's war effort pledged by Millicent Garrett Fawcett and other National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies Executive Committee members, several leading members of the Union resigned to form the...
The BBC 's first female governor, Ethel Snowden , was appointed.