Talk:Suffrage Hikes

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References[edit]

These need references: "* Edna Buckman Kearns, Wilmer R. Kearns, Serena Kearns."

Importance of the page, and the story needs to come out of the references[edit]

These Hikes seem very unknown in history, so many thanks to Richard Arthur Norton, who started and wrote the page. People interested in history owe Norton a debt of gratitude, because this is the only real contemporary article when the words 'Suffrage Hikes' or variants are typed in the search engines. Has anyone ever done a paper or magazine article on the Suffrage Hikes? If not, even more praise for Mr. Norton. I've added the suffrage template and links to other pages, and have done the same on those pages back to this one. It seems that the main story and narritive of the Hikes is right now hidden in the references, both on this page and on the pages of the participants (also started and written by Norton). When it comes out it should be magnificent. What a find! Thanks again. Randy Kryn 1:53 May 12, 2013 (UTC)

There is a blog known as "Suffrage Wagon", written by Marguerite Kearns, granddaughter of Edna Buckman Kearns. Marguerite has written a lot about Rosalie Jones and her suffrage hikes.

96.57.213.114 (talk) 19:16, 28 February 2014 (UTC)Nate Levin