The MP argued that history is about "ordinary people doing extraordinary things".
Caroline told the Commons:
"This is an amazing day for all of us women who have been elected to Parliament. I am the 201st woman to be elected.
"Today reminds us that so often when we study history, women’s participation in it, and contribution to it, is not celebrated or talked about.
"This is about ordinary people, ordinary women, doing extraordinary things.
"Does the Home Secretary agree that it would be a wonderful contribution to this centenary year if we asked all MPs to provide a story about the women in their constituencies or areas who did something for the suffrage movement?
It could be kept in the House to be used by the education service, so that there will be no reason for future generations of boys and girls not to understand the contribution that women made?"
Home Secretary and Equalities Minister, Amber Rudd agreed:
"I think that that is an excellent idea. I have a very good story from Hastings, which I am longing to put in that book."
See the exchange HERE.