ASK SANTA AND PRESIDENT OBAMA FOR A CITIZENS MEDAL FOR INEZ MILHOLLAND!
TREAT SOMEONE WITH A GIFT OF A TRIP TO THE CRADLE OF THE WOMEN’S RIGHTS MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES DURING 2017, THE NYS SUFFRAGE CENTENNIAL!
OTHER GIFT IDEAS INCLUDE:
BOOKS: The Inez Milholland film by Martha Wheelock and Wild West Women. There are more books than ever available about the suffrage movement. There are treasures in the catalogue of women’s history books and memorabilia in the UK. Or visit the search engine on your laptop or smart phone and start browsing. The National Women’s History Project has a gift shop, in addition to most suffrage-related historic sites. You might get started by looking at a few examples: The women’s suffrage postcard book by Kenneth Florey. “Jailed for Freedom” by Doris Stevens. A book about the anti-suffrage movement by Susan Goodier. “Winning the Vote” by Robert P.J. Cooney is a basic reference book on the movement. And there is so much more!
DONATIONS: Support the planning and building of the Turning Point Suffrage Memorial. Think about contributing to the kitty funding the 15-minute film by filmmaker Martha Wheelock that is being distributed free about Inez Milholland, America’s suffrage martyr. Lend a hand to the proposed statue of women planned for Central Park in NYC.
HAVE YOU VISITED ROCHESTER, NY TO SEE THE SUSAN B. ANTHONY HOUSE? Or the Matilda Goslyn Gage home in Fayetteville, New York? When you plan a trip to the “Cradle” of the women’s rights movement in the United States, there are many choices from east to west of the Finger Lakes region in NYS and then back again. And there are scads of women’s historic sites across the nation. Check out the “Travel” page on SuffrageCentennials.com
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