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Deeds Not Words - Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Suffrage

Deeds Not Words - Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Suffrage
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by Sandra Sider & Pamela Weeks

eQuilter is proud to be the exclusive sponsor of this important exhibition Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Suffrage, a topic that Luana Rubin is very enthusiastic about. Within these pages are twenty-eight art quilts by twenty-nine artists honoring brave suffragettes. The book starts with a brief history of the struggle to win the vote, and moves forward to the exhibition and quilts. You will also get to know the artists and see them at work. Finish with Appendix 1: First Ladies, Appendix 2: Unsung Heroes of African-American Suffrage, and an Index of Suffragists and this historical journey is complete. 'Deeds Not Words - Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Suffrage' by Sandra Sider & Pamela Weeks, published by Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., hardcover with 96 pages.

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