Henrietta Augusta DUGDALE
Also known as: née Worrell, Henrietta Davies, Henrietta Dugdale, Henrietta Johnson
Born: 14 May 1827
Died: 17 June 1918Special Achievements:
”In a letter to the Argus in 1869 Henrietta Dugdale was the first woman to ‘publicly advocate the moral right of woman to her share in political power’.”
1884 - Elected first president of the Victorian president of the first Victorian Women's Suffrage Society.
2001 - Inducted into the Victorian Honour Roll of Women.Additional Information:
1883 - She published the booklet A Few Hours in a Far Off Age.
Ada Cambridge based the leading character, Margaret Clive, in A Woman’s Friendship on Henrietta.
Image - Henrietta Dugdale
Description: Henrietta Dugdale as a single woman c1845 Date: 1845 Source: Private collection, photograph taken in 1840's Author: Margain & Jager, Place Grenette, Grenoble, France This image is of Australian origin and is now in the public domain because its term of copyright has expired.
Wikimedia Commons: File:Henrietta Dugdale.jpg
“Gender Education – Projects – Australian Women Honor Roll”. http://www.sofweb.vic.edu/au./... (accessed 20 February 1, 2002).
Forth, Gordon. (1998). The Biographical Dictionary of the Western District of Victoria. South Melbourne, Victoria: Hyland House. Page number unknown.