Knoxville is adding a new statue to its collection downtown.
It pays tribute to a young man and his mother.
Tennessee was the final state to ratify the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote.
36 states were needed but it all came down to one vote... when Harry Burns changed his.
"A riot broke out after he changed his vote, they convened a grand jury to attempt to charge him with bribery, but he pulled a letter out of his pocket from his mother who asked him to be a good boy and vote for suffrage," said Suffrage Coalition Coordinator Wanda Sobieski.
In the artwork, Febb stands beside her son Harry, and he will have the letter in his hand.