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Alice Paul Known for: one of the leading figures responsible for the passage of the 19th Amendment (woman suffrage) to the U.S. Constitution.
Alice Paul was raised as a Quaker, attended Swarthmore College, and worked at the New York College Settlement while attending the New York School of Social Work. Alice Paul left for England in 1906 to work in the settlement house movement there for three years. She studied at university in England, and returned to get her Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania (1912).
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