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Monday, March 11, 2024 at

The Nottingham

1301 Nottingham Road

Jamesville, New York 13078

(315) 413-3171 for information

To celebrate Women's History Month,  Suzanne Schnittman, author of "Provocative Mothers and Their Precocious Daughters: 19th Century Women's Rights Leaders," will share stories that have universal themes about parenting. Highlighting families from New York State, including Fayetteville's Matilda Joselyn Gage, Schnittman will take a personal view of women's stories.  

Wednesday, May 8, 2024 at
Fairport Public Library
1 Fairport Village Landing
Fairport, New York 14450
6:30-7:30 p.m.

(585) 223-9091
 

"Motherhood Throughout History" 

Just in time for Mothers Day, local author Suzanne Schnittman, PhD, shares stories from her book,  "Provocative Mothers and Their Precocious Daughters: 19th Century Women's Rights Leaders."

Suzanne will explore myths and truths of (mostly) daughters and their relationships 

with their mothers. She bases her research on letters between women's rights leaders and their daughters, then weaves in the real-life experiences of a few local women you might recognize.   

Saturday, May 18, 2024, at
Henrietta United Church of Christ
1400 Lehigh Station Road
Henrietta, New York 14467
Noon lunch-ticketed event, but open to the public


 

Antoinette Brown Blackwell Historical Association annual lunch and meeting features local author Suzanne Schnittman, PhD, as its keynote speaker. Schnittman will share stories from her book, "Provocative Mothers and Their Precocious Daughters: 19th Century Women's Rights Leaders." All of the subjects in her book were friends, relatives, or associates of Henrietta's famous daughter, Antoinette Brown Blackwell. Tying them together to celebrate their mark on American history and lessons about motherhood will be the subject of this lunch. 

Links to past presentations
and panels highlighting
the book:

Seneca Falls Women's Rights National Historical Park​: Convention Days

Suzanne Schnittman: review of book 
"Provocative Women and The Seneca
Falls Legacy" (click)

"Convention Days" author panel
Suzanne Schnittman, Ellen Carol DuBois,
and Ann Gordon (click)

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