1. Overview of the "Spirit of 1776" suffrage wagon on exhibit in 2017 in NYS


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    The "Spirit of 1776," the suffrage campaign wagon used in New York State grassroots community organizing in 1913, will be on exhibit during 2017, the NYS suffrage centennial when women there…

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    • Patriotic protest women's suffrage movement artifact on exhibit during 2017!


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      The "Spirit of 1776" suffrage campaign wagon used by activist Edna Kearns for voting rights for women was also a symbol of patriotic protest, an important theme of the woman's suffrage…

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      • "Spirit of 1776" suffrage wagon is climbing to new heights!


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        The "Spirit of 1776" suffrage wagon will be on exhibit in several venues during 2017, New York State suffrage centennial observance. For more information: SuffrageWagon.org SuffrageCentennials.com

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        • Marguerite Kearns settles down to write memoir of family legends!


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          Suffrage Wagon News Channel has been publishing since 2009 with news, views, features, and storytelling about the woman's suffrage movement in the United States. Now she is settling down to write…

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          • The vote is precious—USE IT!


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            Choose the vote and use it! Honor the grandmothers, great grandmothers, and other family members who worked from 1848 to 1920 to win the right to vote! Voting rights are important and it took from…

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            • Inez Milholland French Onion Soup at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School


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              Inez Milholland is America's suffrage martyr. The year 2016 was the centennial observance of her death. Inez was raised in upstate New York in Essez County where it can get cold during the winter…

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              • Signing the 19th Amendment


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                On August 26, 1920 at 8 o’clock in the morning, Secretary of State Bainbridge Colby signed the 19th Amendment into law, without ceremony at his home in Washington. From the History Channel website,…

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                • Bella Abzug and Ruth Messinger: Fighting for Women's Pay Equity


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                  On August 26, 1985 members of the New York CIty Council and prominent women's rights activists gathered on City Hall steps to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the official ratification of…

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                  • Susan B. Anthony


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                    They called her the "Champion of Lost Causes." For 50 years, Susan B. Anthony struggled to gain women the right to vote. When she died, most thought she'd failed. And yet, the spark…

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                    • How do we Amend?


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                      BGP produced a short animated musical with History / A+E Television Networks for the National Archives' "Amending America" exhibition. The film debuted at the National Archives in March,…

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