Inez Milholland French Onion Soup at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School

Inez Milholland French Onion Soup at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School

Inez Milholland French Onion Soup at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School on Vimeo. It can get cold in upstate New York where Inez Milholland grew in Essex County. Inez Milholland is America’s suffrage martyr and November 25, 2016 was the 100th anniversary of her death. We’re preparing the Inez Milholland French Onion Soup at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School. Watch the video for inspiration and try this recipe. Inez Milholland French Onion...

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Susan B. Anthony’s Trial for Voting Makes for a Great Program on August 26th!!!

Susan B. Anthony’s Trial for Voting Makes for a Great Program on August 26th!!!

Thinking about a program for August 26th (the anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment) or a special event for your friends, organization or club? Go straight to the source: Susan B. Anthony’s arrest in 1872 and her trial for voting. The trial is a hit with audiences if you’re looking for an event honoring Susan. The internet is a great resource for finding quotes from Susan, as well as her speeches, and for reading out...

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More suffrage centennial events and news!

More suffrage centennial events and news!

Six weeks ago the Adirondack History Museum opened its women’s suffrage exhibit.  On July 7, 2016, US Senator Kirstin Gillibrand visited the exhibit that will be open until mid October 2017 and continue during 2018 with new material. The exhibit was made possible with funding from Humanities New York, and assistance from the New York Museum, New York State Archives in Albany, the Franklin County and Town of Chester historical...

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Cookbooks are an important part of women’s history, says Marguerite Kearns

Cookbooks are an important part of women’s history, says Marguerite Kearns

Vintage women’s suffrage cookbooks are an important part of history! on Vimeo. by Marguerite Kearns Food played a large part in the activism of the women’s suffrage movement. Women were in charge of the kitchens. But more than this, they understood how food, its preparation and serving, were opportunities for spreading the word about equality and freedom. That’s why Suffrage Wagon Cooking School is part of our news and story...

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Two women’s suffrage videos at Suffrage Wagon Cafe

Two women’s suffrage videos at Suffrage Wagon Cafe

A video bringing the story of Inez Milholland to a TV audience in upstate New York. Many friends have heard me speak about my grandfather Wilmer Kearns. This video allows him to speak for himself—sort of. New Book by Brooke Kroeger about men involved in the women’s suffrage movement is slated for a September 2017 release.                   Photo below: Women voting in Woodstock, NY in 1918. An...

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It’s the time of the year for farmers’ markets!

It’s the time of the year for farmers’ markets!

Farmers’ markets have great fresh fruits & vegetables. Buy locally! on Vimeo. It’s the time of the year for fresh fruits and vegetables. Don’t wait to line up at the supermarket to buy items that have traveled considerable distances when a visit to your local farmers’ market may surprise and most likely delight you. During warm weather certain products are plentiful. If you shop at a farmers’ market, chances...

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