Celebrate women’s suffrage where the fight began


One-hundred-seventy-two years ago, a group of scrappy women — who were Quakers, Methodists and abolitionists — met in small, industrial Seneca Falls, New York, and set the wheels of women’s suffrage in motion.It took another 72 years for the rest of America to agree with them, and grant women the right to vote.The town’s homage to these agents of change will look different this year, which marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, […]  » Read More

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