- Oregon’s suffrage centennial has some novel programs, such as the traveling sash that’s photographed as it moves around the state (called “Follow the Sash”). A sash is available for $15 from the Oregon Women’s History Consortium. The centennial web site, “Century of Action,” has historical documents, essays, news, events, and suffrage history.
- Glencoe Elementary Suffrage Singers are shown above with Oregon’s first female governor, Barbara Roberts. The choir performed an original suffrage song called “Hey Mister” for audiences. Photo by Andie Petkus, courtesy of Oregon Women’s History Consortium, Century of Action project.
- For some of the Arizona suffrage centennial highlights, follow this link. New play part of Arizona celebration.
- Novel published in time for Kansas suffrage centennial celebration.
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- What happened to the "Spirit of 1776" suffrage campaign wagon after 1920? suffragewagon.org/?p=8939 #suffrage #womensrights 18 hours ago
- Podcast #2: "Playing Politics with the President." Great suffrage history on audio. suffragewagon.wordpress.com #suffrage #womensrights 4 days ago
- Full appreciation for Matilda Joslyn Gage and Susan B. Anthony. suffragecentennials.com/?p=3769 5 days ago
- Elisabeth Freeman is great case study with how suffrage movement links to other issues. suffragewagon.org/?p=8917 #suffrage #womensrights 1 week ago
- Podcast #1 of "Playing Politics with the President," a seven audio story series. suffragewagon.wordpress.com/2014/09/07/aud… #womensrights 1 week ago
- Bernice Ende celebrates the Montana suffrage centennial on horseback. suffragewagon.org/?p=8899 1 week ago
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