Several of you have asked – where is Kate now? The National Library of New Zealand has her on display for ten… — Women’s Refuge NZ (@womensrefugenz) September 18, 2014 Katherine Wilson “Kate” Sheppard (10 March 1847–13 July 1934)[a] was the most prominent member of New Zealand’s Women’s SuffrageContinue Reading Discovering that much of the support for moderation came from women, the Temperance Union increasingly became active in advocating the cause of women’s suffrage, an area in which Sheppard quickly became prominent. Her interest in women’s suffrage, however, went beyond practical considerations regarding temperance: her views were made wellContinue Reading