VOLUME 18/NUMBER 3
CONNECTICUT HISTORY, ONE GOOD STORY AFTER ANOTHER
IN THIS ISSUE: 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage > The Native American Way > Connecticut Women Artists Organize > African American Women Advocate for Change > The Argument of the Anti’s
ON THE COVER: 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage
Table of Contents
9 Hog River Journal: Where Did Connecticut Stack Up?
10 Letters, etc.
13 From the State Historian: Freedom or Death in the Fight for Suffrage
By Walter W. Woodward
14 Women’s Suffrage in Nine Treasures
The legacy of the 19th Amendment is all around us.
By Jessica D. Jenkins
20 A Return to Equal Suffrage in Connecticut
Equal suffrage was the norm before the Puritans arrived.
By Chris Newell
26 Creative Solidarity for Women Artists
By Nancy Noble
28 Anni Albers & Helen Frankenthaler in Connecticut
By Lisa Hayes Williams
30 An Anti-Suffrage Stronghold
By Dr. Jamie Cumby
32 Women’s Suffrage in Waterbury
Helping Brass City women become finer citizens.
By Cynthia Roznoy
38 Uncovering African American Women’s Fight for Suffrage
By Karen Li Miller
41 One of the First Five: Emily Sophie Brown
By Audrey Berry
42 Sarah Boone Invents A Better Ironing Board
By Ainissa Ramirez
44 Growing and Learning at Auerfarm
By Tracey Wilson
48 Site Lines: Bloodroot — A Place Where Feminism is Served Up—Deliciously
By Ilene Frank