Vote 100

Histropedia timelines

Explore the Vote 100 story visually with interactive Histropedia timelines that combine both Wikipedia and Wikidata.

Vote 100 Histropedia timeline

Vote 100 timeline

As part of the celebrations Information Services have created a bespoke Histropedia timeline depicting Vote 100 significant figures with direct connections to either the city of Edinburgh or the University of Edinburgh itself.

This interactive timeline can be viewed online or within the Main Library foyer  via a large touchscreen panel.

The University of Edinburgh’s Vote 100 Histopedia timeline

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Women of Social and Political Union

Data-driven timeline of members of the Women of Social and Political Union (WSPU) the leading militant organisation campaigning for Women's suffrage in the United Kingdom.

WSPU Histropedia timeline

Eagle House suffragettes

Eagle House is a Grade II listed building in Batheaston, Somerset, near Bath. Before the First World War, the house had extensive grounds. When Emily Blathwayt and her husband, Colonel Linley Blathwayt, owned the house, it was used, from 1909 to 1912, as a refuge for suffragettes who had been released from prison after hunger strikes. It became known as the Suffragette's Retreat. Emily Blathwayt was a suffragette and member of the Women's Social and Political Union.

Eagle House suffragettes Histropedia timeline

The Scottish suffragettes

The last data-driven timeline depicts key figures related to women's suffrage in Scotland, including Maude Edwards, Frances Gordon and Arabella Scott.

The Scottish suffragettes Histropedia timeline

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