You Go Girl Tray Suffragettes

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In 1848, a group of outspoken, super smart women gathered for the first ever women's rights convention in Seneca Falls, NY. Over two days, they discussed (well demanded) the betterment of women's lives. They didn't realize then that they were igniting an activist blaze that would burn for over a century! Historians point to Seneca Falls' Declaration of Sentiments (which demanded equal social status and legal rights for women; including the right to vote) as the kickoff of the women's rights movement worldwide. From Seneca Falls to a presidential nomination, women have made enormous contributions to the world, making it a better, fairer, all-around more awesome place. If there's one thing to say about the accomplishments of women, it's this: GIRLFRIENDS, WE'VE COME FAR.

One design in a gift box.

  • Designed in the USA. Manufactured in China.
MATERIAL & CARE
  • Porcelain and gold
  • Handwashing recommended. Do not microwave.
DIMENSIONS
  • 4.25 x 6.25
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Deborah Hughes August 15, 2017
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Credit for those Pioneers
Our visitors love this tray! They like the design, and they get behind the message. We have trouble keeping it in stock! However, some of our historians would like to see the quote attributed to Elizabeth Cady Stanton (let's give credit to our foremothers by name)! And, they'd like to know more about the image. It's clearly not from Seneca Falls in 1848. It looks like the National Woman's Party in the teens. So, we have a quote from the 19th Century with images from the 20th Century? It's a great design, and it's a quality item, and we'd like to be able to use it as a teaching tool, too.
Thanks for celebrating Votes for Women and the Nasty Women who are making the world a better place for all!