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Reenacting the Election of 1872 (pictures included)

As some of you know, last weekend I had a the great privilege of participating in a re-enactment of the election of 1872 (the one Victoria Woodhull ran in) at the Ulysses S. 715 more words

Victoria C. Woodhull

Like a diamond in the sky...

I love old things…antique furniture, vintage tea cups, and jewelry handed down through generations. If there are stories to accompany the pieces I am drawn to them even more. 632 more words

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Hildegarde Hawthorne Hits Salem

Nathaniel Hawthorne’s granddaughter Hildegarde (1871-1952), a prolific author of ghost stories, garden books, biographies and travel narratives as well as an ardent feminist and suffragist, returned to her ancestral city the year after its great fire (which she mistakenly dates to 1913 rather than 1914) so that she might gather material for her forthcoming book,  322 more words


Reclaim the Spiritual Justice Practice

One of the social justice issues that has taken a back seat over the last 100 years is the struggle for workers rights. Equality that is, a breaking of the caste system that exists. 1,329 more words


Kate Gordon and the suffragette movement

Kate Gordon and the suffragette movement

When people think of the suffragette movement they think of Susan B. Anthony but there were many pioneers risking public excoriation and potential jail time.  229 more words


After a difficult labour and a newborn at home I had no spare time to watch a film from beginning to end. The first film I actually managed to watch is Suffragette, one I was really curious to watch and it was really interesting. 280 more words