Marguerite Kearns October 9, 2010

The mention of an activist speaking from a suffrage wagon turned up in an unlikely place —The Encyclopedia of Indianapolis. “Sara Lauter of Indianapolis, president of the Woman’s Suffrage league, spoke from a ‘suffrage wagon’ in New York City and took turns with others in the group speaking locally ‘whenever we could get two people together to listen.'” (page 1448)


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