Women’s Equality Week, Chicago women’s conference, Gazette, and plans for travel!

“Spirit of 1776” women’s suffrage wagon on exhibit in 2017! on Vimeo. The National Women’s History Project has published a special issue of the Gazette—”How Women Won the Vote.” The publication is available for events and observances in time for August 26th, Women’s Equality Day. A single copy is free. Bulk orders are $10 for 25…

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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…

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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…

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Spring women’s suffrage movement news notes & videos at Suffrage Wagon Cafe!

Spring greetings from Suffrage Wagon News Channel!  on Vimeo.         From our archives: Video in support of suffrage documentary on Vimeo. We’ve come a long way since Suffrage Wagon News Channel started publishing in 2009. Back then, articles about the women’s suffrage movement were few and far between. Now, there’s so much going on, it’s…

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Visit Seneca Falls & Long Island during 2017—New York’s suffrage centennial!

Seneca Falls, NY is a pilgrimage and a destination! on Vimeo. HISTORIC MARKERS IN NEW YORK STATE: Long Island, New York has been busy during the state’s 2017 suffrage centennial. One upcoming event is the recognition of the installation of a historic marker honoring Lillian Devere, suffrage activist from Lake Ronkonkoma on Saturday, May 13, 2017, 11…

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Inez Milholland petition for citizens medal is being considered by the White House! Suffrage Wagon Cafe special.

Support Inez Milholland for a presidential citizens medal! on Vimeo. Finally—the Inez Milholland citizens medal is being considered by the White House. Today, the following message was sent to the over 1,000 individuals and organizations who signed the Change.org petition in support of U.S. President Obama awarding Inez Milholland (1886-1916) with a presidential citizens medal before…

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New Zealand has a suffrage centennial medal: Can the U.S. honor Inez Milholland with a presidential citizens medal?

If New Zealand can issue a suffrage centennial medal, can the United States manage a similar act of recognition? Inez Milholland (1886-1916) died in the course of working for women’s rights. The year 2016 marked the centennial of her death in California. In 2015, U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier nominated Milholland for a presidential citizens medal….

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Alice & Tea at the Suffrage Wagon Cafe: A Kickstarter for suffragist Alice Paul!

The Suffrage Wagon Cafe is open. Join us for women’s suffrage history, events and issues! on Vimeo.  “TEA with ALICE and ME”  LAUNCH THE KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN FOR A NEW PROGRAM ABOUT SUFFRAGE ACTIVIST ALICE PAUL ! The Intersecting Lives of Two Militant Visionaries Written and Presented by Zoe Nicholson A Wild West Women Production We always…

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