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We’ve collected more comments than this since 2009. Support and encouragement has appeared on social media, our quarterly newsletters, videos, personal email, and more! The most precious comments come when the “Spirit of 1776” suffrage wagon is exhibited at the New York State Museum in Albany, NY.

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Suffrage Wagon News Channel has been publishing since 2009.


10 Responses to Comments

  1. Madeline and Bart Jameson says:

    Amazing that you guys are still posting, Just saw that you have a new web platform for the book about the Kearns family that’s woven into family stories. Make sure that you visit Unfinished-Revolution.org and you will see what we mean.

  2. Deidre Fallon says:

    August 26, 2020 has come and gone.I remember when 2020 seemed so far in the future. And it seemed like it took forever for Americans to hear about the women’s suffrage campaigning for the first time. It wasn’t taught or even mentioned in schools for most of the twentieth century. I’d say the entire effort was labeled as boring and insignificant until a few years ago, and then the centennial observance took off. Women voters are a large part of the U.S. electorate. Finally, this realization has come home to stay.

  3. Tina M. says:

    Happy to have found some of the suffrage wagon videos in one place. I started looking up information on Edna Kearns last night after watching a video that mentioned the Kearns family on YouTube and everything they went through so that women could vote. What gems of human history. We should be learning about these women in school. I certainly didn’t.

  4. I guess you can say I am “On the Wagon” now! And proud to be on the journey with Suffrage Wagon Channel! Thanks for bright, historic and revelatory reporting.

  5. M. Gilmore says:

    This is the first time that I’ve commented on a web site. Amazing the persistence and determination shown by blogging since 2009. If there is an awards ceremony for bloggers, this should be a candidate.

  6. Olivia Twine says:

    Thanks for keeping this great resource moving forward!

  7. Olivia Twine says:

    Congratulations to the Suffrage Wagon News Channel and suffragecentennials.com for leading us through this historic centennial period of the women’s rights movement. What we do now will determine how much further we’ll go in the next decade

  8. Jo Sgammato says:

    I a very excited about Marguerite’s forthcoming book that will remind us of the importance of women then and now. As we remember the fight for women to vote in the first place, let’s all commit to getting every woman to vote in all the upcoming 2020 elections so we can put our immense talents and dedication to work in service of a better country and world. Cheers to the Suffrage Wagon!

  9. Madeline S. says:

    I agree. Mainstream and other groups are getting behind the 2020 voting rights centennial. Thanks for your service. It’s really needed now.

  10. Madeline Cohen. says:

    If there’s a symbol of the first wave of women standing up for their rights, it’s the 1776 wagon in the New York State Museum in Albany, NY. I hear the state museum has won some awards for its excellent exhibit in 2017 and 2018. The museum officials deserve the recognition.

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