Author: Jane Hampton Cook

Jane Hampton Cook’s new book, Resilience on Parade—Short Stories of Suffragists and Women’s Battle for the Vote, shows how eight Americans, including Abigail Adams, Sojourner Truth, and Susan B. Anthony, demonstrated vision, courage, creativity, perseverance and resilience to expand the right to vote to all women. The first female White House webmaster, Jane is the author of ten books, including Stories of Faith and Courage from the Revolutionary War and is a national news commentator on the Fox News Channel, CSPAN, BBC, SKY News and other media outlets.

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How Did John Adams Respond to Abigail’s “Remember the Ladies”?

Women in all states won the universal right to vote one hundred years ago through the ratification of the United States Constitution’s 19th Amendment in 1920. Though women in Seneca Falls, New York, launched the women’s rights movement in 1848 when they claimed that the Declaration of Independence applied to women in the Declaration of […]

by Jane Hampton Cook