Women's 307 Suffragette Long Sleeve Women's Shirt

In Territorial Wyoming, Women were given the right to vote in 1869. This was not only a political move to thrust Wyoming into Statehood, but for the first time in the countries history, the power to vote was given to the fairer sex. Called the "Suffragette" shirt, this long sleeve shirt is a light voilet color with a dark purple "Suffrage Dagger" bearing an indian paintbrush (the Wyoming state flower) in the handle, placed in the upper collar. Also a silver Iron Eagle on the right hip. Longer sleeves and a looser more comfortable fit. 




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