National 19th Amendment Society


National 19th Amendment Society
National 19th Amendment Society is listed in the Non Profit Organizations category in Charles City, Iowa. Displayed below are the social networks for National 19th Amendment Society which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of National 19th Amendment Society on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

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2379 Timber Ave
Charles City, IA 50616
(641) 228-3336
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RT @klymperis1: #apush220 check out this interactive timeline about the life of Carrie Chapman Catt! from

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We love everyone participating in #WearWhiteToVote 💛 #ElectionDay #suffrage #pride

RT @helenapatrikiou: Tomorrow Nasty Women #WearWhiteToVote to honour the Women who fought for emancipation

RT @emilygcraig: No matter how you cast your ballot, #WearWhiteToVote tomorrow. We owe that much to the suffragettes who made this possible!

Looking for something to do this holiday week end? The Carrie Lane Chapman Catt Museum is hosting our annual FREE family apple picking day on Sunday, September 4th from Noon - 4:00 pm at the museum located at 2379 Timber Avenue just south of Charles City. Bring your family to pick a bag or two of apples from Carrie's 19 tree orchard. You'll find your favorite varieties of apples including Braeburn, Cortland, Harrelson and more. Between 1 and 3 pm, you can help make and taste fresh apple cider. Kids crafts, too. Call the museum at 641-228-3336 to reserve your place.

Carrie Chapman Catt, woman suffrage leader and founder of the League of Women Voters, said this several years after the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was adopted in 1920: "The organized movement dates from 1848 when a convention to consider the rights of women was held in Seneca Falls, New York. A committee drafting a list of women's wrongs found her grievances against the government of men to be the same number that American men had had against King George. "It took George Washington six years to rectify men's grievances by war, but it took 72 years to establish women's rights by law. At least 1,000 legal enactments were necessary and every one was a struggle against ignorant opposition. "Woman suffrage is a long story of hard work and heartaches, crowned by victory." We note that it has taken 96 years for the U.S. to reach this historic moment, the nomination of a woman by a major political party for the office of President. Regardless of our political leanings, this is a moment of celebration and honor. Carrie Chapman Catt's words are as true as ever.
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Carrie Chapman Catt Girlhood Home shared a link.
Early 1900s Posters Warning Men About The Dangers Of Women's Rights. They May Seem Absurd Now, But Back Then They Got The Job Done!

Did you know May is tourism month? The girlhood home of Carrie Lane Chapman Catt, world suffragist and founder of the League of Women Voters, is located three miles southeast of Charles City. When she was growing up on the farm, Carrie's father had an orchard with many trees. How many apple trees are there in Carrie's orchard today? Like and comment below for a chance to win a jigsaw puzzle. #VisitCharlesCity #ThisIsIowa

Carrie Chapman Catt Girlhood Home shared Iowa Museum Association's photo.
It's Official! Governor Branstad has proclaimed June 6-12, 2016 as IOWA MUSEUM WEEK and encourages the citizens of the state to celebrate by visiting and supporting the Iowa museum of their choice!