We are pleased to announce the release of an exciting new family memoir by author Marguerite Kearns, An Unfinished Revolution: Edna Buckman Kearns And the Struggle for Women’s Rights
As granddaughter of noted suffragist Edna Buckman Kearns, (of Rockville Center) Ms. Kearns fills an enormous gap about how voting rights activism on the local, state and national level impacted suffrage and peace activists in her family for four generations. Ms. Kearns began asking about her grandmother’s activism when she was ten years old, and never stopped researching, recording and celebrating her ancestor’s life’s work. This book is a culmination of a lifetime of those efforts, and details a story of a real family, their secrets, scandals and activism. It also illustrates once again how the efforts of Long Islanders had a disproportionate influence on the woman suffrage movement throughout the nation.
Available from Amazon and sunypress.com
Hi– I wonder if you have suggestions about publicizing blogs/websites about women’s history and suffrage in particular. I have developed a content rich site for Elisabeth Freeman and in the past year have highlighted some events in the scrapbook in more detail. Also posted some videos on the site. Might you or others be willing to cross post? All suggestions welcome. Best wishes, and Congratulations to Marguerite!