A biography of the first female judge in the United States tells the remarkable tale of how, back in 1869, she fought for a women's right to vote and she believed that a woman could hold a public office.
“...Mrs. Morris was a large woman with wide-open ideas that needed more room than could be had in New York or Illinois, where she'd come from. You see, she thought a woman should be able to vote and hold office, the same as a man.”
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