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 ==== Kentucky ==== ==== Kentucky ====
-  * Kentucky becomes the first state to permit suffrage of any kind for women; property-owning single women are given the right to vote in school board elections.+  * Kentucky becomes the first state to permit suffrage of any kind for [[Women of Boone County|women]]; property-owning single women are given the right to vote in school board elections.
   * The Cherokee Trail of Tears passes through western Kentucky, near Hopkinsville.   * The Cherokee Trail of Tears passes through western Kentucky, near Hopkinsville.
  
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