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A unique book by Marguerite Kearns from SUNY Press about how the women’s voting rights influenced four generations in her family.

A unique book by Marguerite Kearns from SUNY Press that unites people crossing party lines who are involved in “patriotic protest.

—A unique book by Marguerite Kearns from SUNY Press about a horse-drawn wagon, Spirit of 1776, a national symbol of voting rights.

See “About Book” for details and overview.

See page 4 in SUNY Press 2021 spring catalog for book overview and details.

Video points out that for Edna Kearns, Quaker values were first and women’s suffrage activism second!
Women like Edna Buckman Kearns marched in suffrage parades and processions in Quaker garb in the Equal Rights Association division—a Quaker organization of long standing promoting equal voting rights for all US women.
Winning votes for women was an uphill and long struggle. An Unfinished Revolution is about how the campaigning impacted one family over four generations! Another book, No Votes for Women by Susan Goodier, explores the anti-suffrage movement.