Suffrage Stories from Long Island

The story of the suffrage wagon’s centennial:

PART I: One hundred years ago on Long Island.

PART II: Rattling the bars for freedom.

 

 

Videos about Long Island Votes for Women organizing.

Audio readings of the newspaper articles published to describe the 1913 presentation ceremony of the “Spirit of 1776” to the New York State Woman Suffrage Association by I.S. Remson, a Brooklyn carriage and wagon maker.

 

 

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