VIDEO: Our hero continues on a mission to see suffrage wagon!

A YouTube video on the continuing journey of our hero to visit Albany, NY.

Get involved with supporting and recognizing 2020 as the 100th anniversary of women voting in the US. Follow

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This is the 98th year since the final state, Tennessee, ratified the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution in 1920. The 100th anniversary is in 2020. That’s what all the attention is about—preparing for the national observance of US women voting. How are you planning to be involved?

And what’s so important about this votes for women campaign wagon called the “Spirit of 1776”? First of all, it will be exhibited at the New York State Museum in 2020. Second, it’s representative of the theme of the overall women’s movement in the first wave—linking the American Revolution to the women’s rights struggle.

There’s a web platform dedicated to the old wagon that’s been publishing since 2009. Sign up to receive the posts. Check with Suffrage Wagon News Channel, this invaluable source of news and views. has trends, views, and news about upcoming votes for women centennial celebrations.

The year 2016 was the 100th observance since the death of our US suffrage martyr, Inez Milholland. Visit the web site that features ongoing news about Inez.

Suffrage Wagon Cafe has a special program on August 26th in 2018 about Women’s Equality Day. is a public service provided to the news media, policy makers, citizens, and all those interested in the national suffrage centennial in 2020 that will celebrate the first wave of the women’s rights movement in the United States. started as a blogging tour of the Finger Lakes region of New York State in 2013 by Marguerite Kearns and Olivia Twine in order to bring to the attention of the public the long and difficult struggle for women to win voting rights and the urgent need for public education about this time in US history.