Self Guided Tour Handout: Woman’s Right to Vote

August 18, 2020

Download a Self-Guided Walk in Mount Auburn Cemetery to Commemorate
the 100th Anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment.

On August 18, 1920, the 19th amendment was ratified granting women the right to vote. Learn about the women buried at Mount Auburn who fought for women’s suffrage. Click below to download the PDF.

by Rev. Rosemarie Smurzynski

One Comment

  1. David P. Hubner says:

    Hi Rosemarie,
    Rosemarie, Thank you friend for creating this helpful, timely and rich guide to the women for fought for women’s right to vote buried at Mount Auburn Cemetery and for your ongoing work to make it accessible to all. It is a remarkable and beautiful place, reminding us of the lives and dedication of those who have gone before us and the beauty of nature. Friends report back to me of their peace filled visits to Michael’s spot (and eventually mine) in Birch Gardens. I too love just sitting there and feeling gratitude for the gifts of life.

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