Tag: Susan B. Anthony

Happy Labor Day weekend & UPDATES from Suffrage Wagon News Channel!

Suffrage Wagon Cooking School sends its best wishes for a happy Labor Day weekend with a video. We have included here news about suffrage-related events and celebrations. Wondering why we have been publishing since 2009? Because we have come a long way. Back in 2009 there were few links and feature articles about the first wave of the women’s rights movement in the US. …


Sculptor chosen for Central Park statue. Plus music video about “Spirit of 1776” suffrage wagon!

The sculptor has been chosen for the Central Park statue of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton!…


Hot tea month every January, plus event news note!

Keep the tea pot hot for Susan B. Anthony’s birthday party in February! on Vimeo. NEWS NOTE: “Documenting Activism” is a special program set for Thursday, January 11, 2018, 6-8 p.m. at the New York City Municipal Archives 1st Floor Gallery, 31 Chambers Street, Manhattan. In conjunction with the exhibit Unlikely Historians: Materials collected by NYPD surveillance teams, 1960-1975, the Municipal Archives…


Susan B. Anthony’s Trial for Voting Makes for a Great Program on August 26th!!!

News Notes for Women’s Suffrage Centennial events & celebrations! on Vimeo. Thinking about a special event for your friends, organization or club? Go straight to the source: Susan B. Anthony’s arrest in 1872 and her trial for voting. The trial is a hit with audiences if you’re looking for an event honoring Susan. The internet is…


Episode 2 of “Suffrage Storytelling”: How Bess got in even more trouble!

Season 1 of “Suffrage Storytelling” reveals the lives of young women in 1903 on Vimeo. Whenever Edna Buckman could, she took the train to center city Philadelphia to meet her best friend Bess at the Market Street teahouse. Bess, the rebel, loved telling Edna stories after they took their seats and ordered from the menu. Edna…


Suffrage Wagon Bookshelf features book about Isabella Beecher Hooker

VIDEO: Isabella Beecher Hooker book by Susan Campbell featured on Suffrage Wagon Bookshelf on Vimeo. Suffrage Wagon Bookshelf is featuring Tempest-Tossed, The Spirit of Isabella Beecher Hooker (Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, CT, 2014). COMING SOON: Olivia Twine’s feature article on Susan Campbell’s book about Isabella Beecher Hooker that has some surprising facts and insights about someone who devoted…


Suffrage centennials are gathering steam!

Suffrage centennials are getting a lot of play these days. There’s a special web site devoted to suffrage centennials in the U.S. and around the world, plus specials such as programming on Albany, NY public radio about the upcoming election called “Susan B. Anthony Voted. Did you?” Don’t miss the upcoming “Night of Terror” podcasts to…


“Spirit of 1776” music video highlights patriotic protest

In July of 1913 Long Island suffrage activists dressed in colonial costume and captured the attention of the New York City metropolitan news media when the “Spirit of 1776” suffrage campaign wagon started on its journey of grassroots organizing in New York City and Long Island. See the “Spirit of 1776” music video on YouTube….


Bernice Ende rode on horseback into Rochester, NY and visited the Susan B. Anthony House

Bernice Ende rode into Rochester, NY yesterday and stopped at the Susan B. Anthony House. She’s off on a two-year plus journey from the east to the west coast. Along the way she’s presenting a slide show that’s inspired, in part, by Montana’s suffrage centennial in 2014. Escorted into the city by mounted police, Bernice…


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…