Happy Birthday, 19th Amendment

90th anniversary the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution gave women the right to vote.
In 1776, Abigail Adams urged her husband, and eventual second president of the United States, John Adams to "remember the ladies."
But shortly before the historic legislative tally, Harry T. Burn received a long letter from his mother back home in Niota.
She said, in part:
I have been watching to see how you stood, but have not noticed anything yet. Don't forget to be a good boy.
Harry T. Burn behaved himself. He changed his "nay" vote to "yea."

"You never know how important something is to you until it's gone," Carter said. "And when it's gone, then you'll be surprised how hard you'll fight to get it back."