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Madeline Mcdowell Breckinridge And The Battle For A New South (topics In Kentucky History)
Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: 1 2 3 4 5. Hay edited several volumes of the Society's journal, The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society as well as several issues of Kentucky Ancestors, the Society's genealogical magazine.
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Hay has also written many articles, a number of which were published in The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, as well as chapters in several books. She edited and wrote the introduction for Thomas D. Jones , and Kentucky: Land of Tomorrow.
The biography of Madeline McDowell Breckinridge tells the story of a leader of the women's suffrage movement and one of Kentucky's leading Progressive reformers. According to the American Historical Review, "This is a thoroughly researched and insightful biography that furthers our understanding of the critical role women played in Progressive reform in the southern states. Breckinridge was born in Woodlake, Kentucky, and grew up at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, the farm established by her great-grandfather, nineteenth-century statesman Henry Clay.
Her mother was Henry Clay, Jr. They purchased the Ashland estate in One of Breckinridges brothers was federal judge Henry C. McDowell, Jr..
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Breckinridge was largely responsible for Kentuckys ratification of the Nineteen Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Nineteenth Amendment gave women the right to vote. It was passed shortly before she died. She was able to vote only once in her life, in the November Presidential Election before suffering a stroke and dying on Thanksgiving Day in , at the age of He graduated from public schools. He set up his law practice in Somerset. Cooper was elected to the Kentucky Legislature in He served as judge of Pulaski County from to Cooper was a veteran.
He was first elected to the U. Senate in and served until