The report of the 2013 blogging tour of the “Cradle” of the women’s rights movement in the United States continues with a two-part article by Olivia Twine and Marguerite Kearns in New York History. Part I: “The politics of Harriet Tubman and Barack Obama.” #1. #2. Part II: “Harriet Tubman and the Projected National Park.” #1. #2.
Overview of the 2013 blogging tour of the “Cradle” of the women’s rights movement in the United States.
MORE NEWS NOTES: There’s a new play about suffragette Annie Kenney in the UK. Another example of how the Brits love their suffrage history. #1. #2. An excellent overview about the history of granting various groups the right to vote puts woman’s suffrage in a broader perspective. #1. #2. A new book about suffragist Anna Howard Shaw from the University of Illinois Press. #1. #2. Jerusalem women remembered for their role in Palestinian politics. #1. #2. “Votes for Women” quilt project auctions off quilt to raise money for women’s health issues. #1. #2.
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