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Publishing since 2009. Sign up to receive blog updates by email. Be part of the Suffrage Wagon community by way of email, Twitter, and Facebook. Check out our Vimeo video channel. Quarterly newsletter form. Follow Suffrage Centennials for upcoming events and celebrations. Wagon graphic by Ray Lund. “Spirit of 1776” is a nationally award-winning music…


Suffrage News Notes features award-winning suffrage video

        The Heritage Museum of Orange County (California) was honored to receive a first-place award from New Mexico Press Women at their annual conference and awards ceremony held at Ghost Ranch near Santa Fe, NM. The NMPW, the largest of New Mexico’s media organizations, is also the largest state chapter in the national…


Suffrage Wagon Cafe has videos and suffrage news updates!

White House Picketing & Hot Tea in 1917  on Vimeo. American women picketed White House 100 years ago in support of voting rights! on Vimeo. News from the women’s suffrage movement in the first wave. Convention Days 2017 commemorates the U.S. Women’s Rights Convention held in 1848 that represented a turning point in the struggle for women’s…


Votes for Women: Video stories from the Suffrage Wagon News Channel archive!

Just follow the Suffrage Wagon and then see what happens… on Vimeo. Suffrage videos you might enjoy from our archive: The story of the “Spirit of 1776” suffrage wagon told by an award-winning video. Rosalie Jones and her Band of Suffrage Activists Marched to Albany, NY in 1914 on Vimeo. New York Suffrage Parades: “The Song of…


We Love New York, women’s suffrage news notes, & upcoming coffee demonstration!

Suffrage Wagon Cooking School clears the decks to make great cup of coffee on Vimeo. SUFFRAGE NEWS WRAP-UP: The Suffolk County Historical Society has an ongoing exhibit featuring Long Island suffrage activists, including Edna Kearns, Elisabeth Freeman, Rosalie Jones, and others. A national task force is planning the 2020 suffrage centennial when American women will have…


Chick History announces 50 women interviewed on women’s history at Suffrage Wagon Cafe

Morning at the Suffrage Wagon Cafe on Vimeo. We’re taking a look at “Chick History”. It is in its fifth year of publishing women’s history features. Rebecca Price conducted 50 interviews and now is spreading the word of the #HerStoryPodcast series. Fifty women were asked to share the historical story of someone who inspired them. Edna Buckman Kearns…


Special exhibit of Long Island suffrage activists: Marguerite Kearns Point of View #4

Long Island women’s suffrage activists featured in an exhibit! on Vimeo. THROUGH THE EYE OF MARGUERITE KEARNS (Point of View); This has been a terrific year as far as recognition of my grandmother, Edna Kearns, and her “Spirit of 1776” suffrage campaign wagon is concerned. An exhibit featuring Long Island suffrage activists at the Suffolk County Historical…


“We’ve come a long way, baby. But does women’s suffrage hurt?”—Marguerite Kearns #2 Point of View

        Edna Kearns gets attention for her women’s suffrage work! on Vimeo. THROUGH THE EYE OF MARGUERITE KEARNS (Point of View) When I first started blogging  in 2009 about my grandmother Edna Kearns and her votes for women activism, most people had no idea what I meant when I referred to the “women’s…


News Notes from Suffrage Wagon News Channel

If you haven’t seen the “Spirit of 1776” wagon on exhibit, here’s your chance! on Vimeo. SIX-PANEL TRAVELING EXHIBITION AVAILABLE FOR TRAVEL IN NYS Votes for Women Traveling Panel Exhibition The New York State Museum plans to create a six-panel traveling exhibition based on the larger Votes for Women exhibition that can travel to smaller venues…


We’re off to the 2017 women’s march on Suffrage Wagon!

We’re off to the 2017 women’s march in body & spirit! on Vimeo. The 2017 women’s march in Washington, DC, across the United States and around the world is not only historic, but we couldn’t have imagined it like this. Back in 2009 when we stated blogging, people’s eyes glazed over when we mentioned the suffrage…