Carrier pigeons sent messages to the U.S. President

Even children were on the speaking circuit to win votes for women –something important to remember.¬†After spending “Suffrage Day” in 1914 organizing an automobile parade and open-air meetings, Brooklyn suffragists sent a Votes for Women appeal to President Woodrow Wilson by carrier pigeon. The NY Times covered the pigeon release. Grandmother Edna was busy speaking…

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