Flora Drummond

Standard Name: Drummond, Flora


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politics Constance Lytton
She attended a preparatory meeting at Queen's Hall on Monday the 12th, and offered her services the next day to the leaders, Emmeline Pankhurst , Christabel Pankhurst , and Flora Drummond . They asked her...
politics Christabel Pankhurst
CP , Emmeline Pankhurst , and Flora Drummond organized a rush on the House of Commons to begin at this time, infuriating members of the NUWSS by their militant WSPU tactics.
Castle, Barbara. Sylvia and Christabel Pankhurst. Penguin.
Hume, Leslie Parker. The National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies, 1897-1914. Garland.
Textual Production Dora Marsden
At the rally Marsden appeared on the Union platform, along with Emmeline and Adela Pankhurst , Flora Drummond , Mary Gawthorpe , and Rona Robinson . Marsden 's suffrage work was also regularly reported in...


21 June 1908: The Women's Social and Political Union organised...

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21 June 1908

The Women's Social and Political Union organised a Woman's Sunday which involved (according to the Times estimate) between 250,000 and 500,000 people, mostly women. The WSPU called it Britain's largest-ever political meeting.

17 June 1911: The Women's Coronation Procession was attended...

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17 June 1911

The Women's Coronation Procession was attended by 40,000 women from at least twenty-eight women's suffrage organisations, including both the Women's Social and Political Union and the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies .

9 October 1915: Christabel Pankhurst, Emmeline Pankhurst,...

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9 October 1915

Christabel Pankhurst , Emmeline Pankhurst , Flora Drummond , and Annie Kenney edited the first issue of Britannia, a weekly suffragette periodical and organ of the Women's Social and Political Union formerly known as The Suffragette.

September 1938: The Woman's National Newspaper began publishing...

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September 1938

The Woman's National Newspaper began publishing in London; it had claimed to be the first independent newspaper in the world owned and controlled entirely by women.
Doughan, David, and Denise Sanchez. Feminist Periodicals, 1855-1984. Harvester Press.


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