First Woman Freemason

The Freemasons was a boy’s club since its inception, until a woman named Maria Deraismes, a feminist and suffragist, joined a French Freemason lodge in 1882. She eventually founded a Freemasons club of her own.

Date:
      1882
Name(s):
      Maria Deraismes
Occupation:
      Feminist,
      Suffragist
Location:
      France


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