A mini lesson on the women's suffrage movement is a snapshot of the importance of celebrating suffrage centennials and events. Women Voters: Take your voting rights seriously.
Visit the Suffrage Wagon Cafe, the online meeting place for those interested in this remarkable time in history. There's a partnership between Suffrage Wagon News Channel and Suffrage Centennials.
Suffrage Wagon News Channel is a recognized resource destination and online community for suffrage events, suffrage centennial celebrations, information on suffrage historic sites and organizations, as well as stories about our suffragist grandmothers, great-grandmothers, and other family members.
Follow the Suffrage Wagon for progress reports on the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial project, in addition to upcoming plans to honor the New York State 2017 suffrage centennial. We cover suffrage friendly organizations such as the New York State Cultural Heritage Tourism Network.
Follow the Suffrage Wagon for news, views, videos, audio, and features about the women's suffrage movement in the United States. Suffrage Wagon is inspired by Edna Kearns, who represents our grandmothers, great grandmothers, family members and ancestors who worked over a period of 72 to win the right to vote for American women. Edna is best known for her "Spirit of 1776" suffrage wagon now in the collection of the New York State Museum. Follow on Facebook, Twitter, email and the quarterly newsletter. Marguerite Kearns is your host at Suffrage Wagon Cafe.
Find out more by following the Suffrage Wagon and Suffrage Centennials web sites for news and views of interest to women voters.