Susan Savion writes the words and history of the forgotten New York suffragist


Author Susan Savion quotes the life of suffragist and abolitionist Matilda Joslyn Gage in her book “Citation Matilda”

WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, UNITED STATES, September 24, 2021 / – With her book “Citation Matilda”, Susan Savion has given new life to the words of women who have dedicated their lives to seeking redemption and who have been denied equal rights under the law. She creates a tribute to the women’s rights movement and forgotten suffragists. This highlights the great gift of women with a fascinating and inspiring tone.

Matilda Joslyn Gage was involved in the women’s movement from 1852 until her death in 1898. She was born into an abolitionist family in upstate New York. Indeed, his childhood home and his Greek Revival-style home (now a museum dedicated to him) in Fayetteville, New York, were both stops on the Underground Railroad. She has become an outstanding speaker and writer on women’s suffrage with well-known historical names, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Mathilde generally evokes the response “Who? And was best known for her feminist and suffragist activities.

However, unlike the others, Mathilde has been “erased from history” for many years because of her radical feminist perspective. Inspired by the Haudenosaunee women, her neighbors, who adopted her into their wolf clan, she was determined to secure the rights of property, governance and power equality for her 19th century fraternity. She fought against the suffrage struggle and the political climate for Native Americans, slaves and anyone else affected by government control.

Matilda also championed female inventors and was the inspiration behind her son-in-law L. Frank Baum’s 14 Oz books. She always had a desire for justice and equality for all and was linked to the ideas of Theosophy. This prompted her to tackle the inequality of women in religious institutions. With Stanton, Gage published The Woman’s Bible. Her book, Women, Church and State was judged as “going too far” by many. You will find it immensely quotable.

Preprint reviews reveal an informative and quick read and review on the women’s rights movement. It gives readers even more respect for all the women who came before them and for their lifelong work of ensuring that women have a political voice and therefore independence in future generations. This book challenges inequalities with great courage and determination, and sets out to move from slavery to reproductive rights to religion through conviction.

“Citation Mathilde” is available in different formats on Amazon.

About the Author

Susan Savion grew up on a farm near Highland, Illinois. She has spent most of her career as a teacher and has taught in rural, small town, suburban and downtown schools at all levels. She was also a gymnastics judge for ten years.

Susan is the author of four resource books for middle school teachers, namely, Quotes to Start the Day, Quotes that Bring the Story to Life, Quotes to Stretch Your Brain, and Quotes to Spoke Discussion. She is a member of Women Transcending Boundaries. She also publishes a newsletter on transpersonal psychology and is involved in many environmental groups and activities.

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