Heroines.net is a journey through the Woman Suffrage Movement,
a movement that secured the political freedom of more people
than either the Revolutionary War or the Civil War in the United
States. This is a struggle that has largely been ignored by historians.
The journey takes the movement through a country grappling
with slavery, torn by civil war, and expanding a frontier. It
is a journey faced with the forces of a rising Industrial Age
and corrupt politics. It is a journey filled with friendships,
love, betrayals, undying faith, and lifelong loyalties. It is
a journey filled with its own songs and poetry. It is a journey
of a movement that grows up and steps into the international
arena. It is a journey to victory. It is a journey, the fruition
of which is The American Dream.
The story of the Woman Suffrage Movement unfolds through articles
from suffrage newspapers, letters, poetry and memoirs. Original
commentary seeks to put this material into the context of its
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Heroines.net would like to offer a very special thank you
to the staff of the Huntington Library who generously have given
me access to their woman suffrage collection.
Special thank-yous go out to:
Dr. Miriam Reed, who has given unfailing encouragement, no
non-sense but always excellent advice, resources, and friendship;
Phyllis Kaelin of Pacific Research for sound direction and
advice in technical and marketing areas; and
Anne Barhydt-Smith for putting her graphic skills to work
on refining the Heroines logo.
Heroines.net is a web site designed and administered by Rhonda
Super. Ms. Super holds a BA in Government and English and a MA
in Communications from Ohio University. As Message Clerk of the
Ohio Senate, she was the first woman to hold a position requiring
her to be on the floor of the Ohio General Assembly. Ms. Super
has worked in production and businsess affairs in the entertainment
industry for over 15 years. During this time Ms. Super has pursued
her interest in women's history by developing a library of over
500 volumes and as an independent researcher.
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