Check out this overview
of the life of Edna Buckman Kearns,as shown here in her Rockville Centre, NY home about 1915.
An award-winning story about Edna.
For more information about Edna Kearns and her suffrage campaign wagon, visit our web site at www.suffragewagon.org
There’s so much written about the leaders at the top, and relatively little about the women who marched in those parades, sold newspapers on the streets, planned and attended meetings. To attach a name and face to these women, which is what you’re doing with Edna, is a way to make a bridge and connection that lasts.
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There’s something truly special in this site. Thank you for such hard work.
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Of all the searches I did, couldn’t find anything as intriguing as your suffrage wagon blog.
I’m learning as I go along. Keep the stories coming. I love it!
When will grandmother’s wagon be in exhibit again?
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I am doing research about my ancestry – John A Kearns (my great-grandmother Sadie Catherman’s sister Effie’s husband) and John P Kearns from Beavertown – can you shed any light on any relationship to Wilmer Kearns? I know that they made Kearns automobiles in Beaver Springs aka Adamsburg aka Beavertown. Thank you for any information that you can give me. Candy Tame Landisville, Pa
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