Tag: Matilda Joslyn Gage

A gift for Mother’s Day—in memory of Matilda Joslyn Gage!

BRAVO! Here at Suffrage Wagon News Channel we’ve been advocating for years that tea become a theme of our celebrations. …


Happy Fourth of July: Pass on the story of how activists crashed a July 4th celebration!

HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY: The Suffrage Wagon summer newsletter is on the stands. It spells out what happened on the Fourth of July in 1876 when five suffrage activists crashed the national centennial celebration in Philadelphia… a little-known story that’s also an important part of our national history. See link and forward to the people…


New initiatives link past and present: Seneca Falls Convention Days & Gage Center

 Two important announcements from the “Cradle” of the women’s rights movement of the United States (upstate NY) represent a trend of bringing the past out of isolation and linking a rich cultural heritage to social issues relevant for our times. These initiatives include the Girl Ambassador program of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation in Fayetteville,…


Theatre piece about Susan B. Anthony & Matilda Joslyn Gage

BRIMSTONE, BOOZE AND THE BALLOT Provocative theatrical program explores why one suffrage leader was written out of history Women voters and lovers of American history will discover the inside story of two of the suffrage movement’s founders during Women’s History Month when the background struggle between suffrage leaders Susan B. Anthony and Matilda Joslyn Gage is…


March 2013: Suffrage Wagon News Notes from all over

Women’s History Month means that it has been a busy and active month for suffrage buffs. Also, the suffrage centennial parade march and events the first week in March has had the digital circuits buzzing. Start with the suffrage parade in Washington, DC. Link #1. Link #2. The 1913 march that made history. Link #1. Link…


Grand Opening of Matilda Joslyn Gage Center

The grand opening of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Center in Fayetteville, New York is scheduled for the weekend of October 8-10, 2010. This is an incredible opportunity to find out more about a key suffragist in the movement, Matilda Joslyn Gage. There’s a very full weekend of activities –both educational and entertaining. Visit the newly-restored…