COLUMBIA — Donning golden sashes, thousands of women peacefully lined the sidewalk of Locust Street on June 14, 1916 in silent protest. Their motive behind this demonstration — which is referred to as The Golden Lane — was for women to gain the American right to vote.
Wearing golden sashes, Missouri women gained the vote
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