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Who is the first woman to vote in the united states?


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Lydia Taft of Uxbridge became the first woman to ever vote in the nation. Judge Henry Chapin records in an 1864 address: "Uxbridge may yet become famous as the pioneer in the cause of Women's suffrage". This was written 56 years before women's suffrage became legal in all of America.

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