DidYouKnow women (and men!) hiked around the east coast in support of women’s suffrage? Two major “Suffrage Hikes” brought attention to the campaign: the 1912 hike from Manhattan to Albany, NY and the 1913 hike from Manhattan to Washington, DC. (Photo: Suffrage hikers on way to Washington, 1913. Library of Congress.) #VotesForWomen
I am embarking on yet another adventure. I am starting this school year teaching eighth grade students how to write.
This Saturday 1-4 est. Elizabethtown, Ky. Hope to see you!
Happy 4th of July! For over 200 years, America’s women have toiled, protested, lobbied, advocated, and fought for many of the freedoms that we enjoy today. (Photo: New York City Suffrage Parade, 1912. Library of Congress)
KCWC A great conference with an even greater speaker!
The e-Book is now available at both Amazon and Barnes & Noble for $5.99. Click on the LINKS tab above and you will taken straight to the e-Books on both sites!
Pioneering investigative journalist Nellie Bly was born today in 1864! In 1887, she had herself committed to a mental institution for an expose about the unsafe conditions in asylums.
Official Review: Asylum by Sherry Logsdon Post Number:#1 by samuyama » 22 Apr 2014, 14:08 “Asylum” by Sherry Logsdon is a historical fiction meant to shed light on the various atrocities endured by many women, whose struggles were unjustly silenced or dismissed merely because of who they were. The story follows the life of Isobel McFadden…