Sunday, January 20, 2008

Pioneer of rights for women

Today according to Australian Eastern Standard Time when this item was posted
1856 Harriot Eaton Stanton Blatch (d. November 20, 1940), American women's rights and peace activist and author (A Woman's Point of View; Some Roads to Peace; Challenging Years). Due to her organizing abilities, 20,000 people marched in the parade down Fifth Avenue in New York in 1914, organized by the Women's Political Union, which she founded.

Blatch worked with her mother Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B Anthony in completing their History of Woman Suffrage, contributing a large chapter on Lucy Stone's American Woman Suffrage Association, a rival organization to Elizabeth Cady Stanton's and Susan B Anthony's National Woman Suffrage Association ...

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

it was stupid it did not even say anything about susan wilson so u should change it cause it is lame and no one would ever read it ok pplz it did not say anything about susan wilson and i typed in her name and it gave me a whole different person so im jus sayin it is lame and u need to change it to where when pplz type in some body they are lookin for they can get that person kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

1:28 PM  
Blogger Pip said...

Congratulations! You have just been chosen as the most ignorant commenter of the month!

1:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is ignorant on SO MANY levels!
Apparently this person googled "susan wilson" and your almanac page came up because it has both those strings on it.
Rather than realize his/her mistake, they flame you!
And in almost unintelligible sms-ese too.
Multi-dimensional ignorance!

2:44 PM  
Anonymous Diana said...

Thank you, Anonymous (the first one), for my laugh of the day! Somebody teach this person to use the Internet, will you?!!! :)
Interesting article, as always, Pip! Keep up the great work!

3:42 AM  

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