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Night of Terror

Ninety-five years ago today–Nov. 14, 1917–suffragists who had been arrested for picketing the White House were taken to Occoquan Workhouse. Several hours after their arrival the superintendent ordered guards wielding clubs to attack; “Its perfectly unexpected ferocity stunned us,” Eunice … Continue reading

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