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|Caption||Ladies on bicycles were in incredible sight in the 19th century. Hats and eyebrows were raised when they first rode their bumpy machines. Amelia Bloomer (1818–1894) was an advocate for women's rights and against alcohol. She encouraged women to wear shorter skirts so they could be more mobile, but to wear "bloomers" for modesty.|
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|Amelia Bloomer bloomers women bicycle ride garment Peter Jackson|
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