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What accomplishment do Clara Cressingham, Carrie Clyde Holly, and Frances Klock have in common?

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  Last month's question:
In 1893, Colorado was one of the first states (not territories) to do what?
  Last month's answer:
On November 7, 1893, Colorado became the first state to give women the right to vote. Colorado enfranchised women through popular referendum, supporting women’s suffrage at the polls. Unlike winning the right to vote through legislative action, as happened in the territories of Wyoming in 1869 and Utah in 1870, Colorado suffragists needed the support of male voters. Women were not given the right to vote nationally until 1920 with the passage of the 19th amendment.