Marguerite Kearns answers questions during Hot Tea Month

Suffrage Wagon Cooking School has been in operation since 2015 to spread the word of the story of Edna Buckman Kearns and her Spirit of 1776 campaign wagon used in suffrage organizing in NYS during 1913!
This isn’t a definitive book about the history of the early women’s rights movement in the US, although the history is woven into the story of one family of activists. Why weren’t there photos of the author’s grandmother Edna Buckman Kearns on display when she was young? How did the author learn about her grandmother at the age of ten? What was the significance of the Spirit of 1776 suffrage campaign wagon that Edna Kearns used in New York City and on Long Island in 1913?

Find out the answers to these questions by visiting the Q and A section of this web site about the book by Marguerite Kearns.

Marguerite supports August 26th becoming a national holiday.

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