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Wisconsin History DVD - Votes for Women
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Wisconsin History DVD - Votes for Women


The Wisconsin History DVD produced by Jocelyn Riley highlights the 1913 U. S. Senate testimony concerning women's voting rights. Narrated by Carol Cowan, Marsha Lindsay and Rick Murphy, this DVD is a rich compilation of pro and anti-suffrage materials from the early 20th century. Anti-suffrage advocate Kate Douglas Wiggin, the author of Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, and pro-suffrage advocate Belle Case La Follette offer their arguments on this important topic.

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DVD - 17 minutes, closed captioned
Produced by: Jocelyn Riley
Narrated by: Marsha Lindsay, Carol Cowan and Rick Murphy
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Jocelyn Riley has been chronicling Wisconsin women's history since 1986. Her video stories present women telling their own stories in their own words and often in their own voices. Her work celebrates many different facets of women's history using brilliant, full-color photography, lively music, and flowing narration. Riley honed her narrative skills during a long career as a novelist (Only My Mouth Is Smiling and Crazy Quilt), essayist, and professional scriptwriter. Riley's work has been...

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