Clipping : "25 Suffragettes Start Hike from New York to Albany to Push 'Cause'." [December 16, 1912]

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Clipping : "25 Suffragettes Start Hike from New York to Albany to Push 'Cause'." [December 16, 1912]

Description

Article on the beginning of the 140-mile suffrage pilgrimage by "General" Rosalie Jones and her "army" of hikers from Manhattan to Albany, New York to present suffrage petitions to Governor-Elect William Sulzer and draw publicity to the cause.

Rosalie Jones was a member of the National American Woman Suffrage Association who led a group of NAWSA members on a suffrage pilgrimage from Manhattan to Albany, New York. The "pilgrims" presented the petition to Governor-elect Sulzer three days after they arrived in Albany.

Two months later, Jones organized another pilgrimage from New York City to Washington, D.C. for the March 3, 1913 suffrage parade.

Newspaper not identified. Year written on the clipping.

Date

[1912-12-16]

Subject

Jones, Rosalie,--1883-
National American Woman Suffrage Association
Parades & processions--New York--1910-1920
Publicity
Sulzer, William, 1863-1941
United States--New York--Ossining
Women--Political activity--New York---1910-1920
Women--Suffrage--New York

Language

English

Coverage

New York, New York

Original Format

clippings (information artifacts)

Physical Dimensions

22.5 cm. 2 col.

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