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  The strategist and organizer behind the 19th century women's suffrage movement, SUSAN B. ANTHONY,  paired with Elizabeth Cady Stanton to become one of the most influential political teams in American history.  Anthony grew up in a Quaker family and began her life of social reform by speaking out against drunkenness and slavery.  Recruited by Stanton, her emphasis changed to women's rights and eventually she focused solely on passage of a Constitutional Amendment giving women the right to vote.  Anthony remained single during her life which freed her up to travel widely and work to mobilize people on behalf of the movement.  Stanton and Anthony founded the American Women Suffrage Association and published a weekly newspaper.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:​  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 3 1/2"  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

The strategist and organizer behind the 19th century women's suffrage movement, SUSAN B. ANTHONY,  paired with Elizabeth Cady Stanton to become one of the most influential political teams in American history.  Anthony grew up in a Quaker family and began her life of social reform by speaking out against drunkenness and slavery.  Recruited by Stanton, her emphasis changed to women's rights and eventually she focused solely on passage of a Constitutional Amendment giving women the right to vote.  Anthony remained single during her life which freed her up to travel widely and work to mobilize people on behalf of the movement.  Stanton and Anthony founded the American Women Suffrage Association and published a weekly newspaper.

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 ​Side view of SUSAN B. ANTHONY

​Side view of SUSAN B. ANTHONY

  RACHEL CARSON dreamed of being a writer but her love of nature led her into the field of science.  That she was able to combine the two by writing clearly and beautifully about scientific issues underlies her genius.  She worked as an acquatic biologist for the government and began to write about life in and around the ocean.  Her second book,  The Sea Around Us,   became a best seller.  But the work she is most remembered for,  Silent Spring,  had an immediate and far ranging impact on the use of chemical pesticides in our environment.  Carson's major legacy was forcing issues about environmental awareness before the nation's consciousness.  She died of bone cancer at age 57.   ​MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  approx. 6" x 3" x 3"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

RACHEL CARSON dreamed of being a writer but her love of nature led her into the field of science.  That she was able to combine the two by writing clearly and beautifully about scientific issues underlies her genius.  She worked as an acquatic biologist for the government and began to write about life in and around the ocean.  Her second book, The Sea Around Us,  became a best seller.  But the work she is most remembered for, Silent Spring, had an immediate and far ranging impact on the use of chemical pesticides in our environment.  Carson's major legacy was forcing issues about environmental awareness before the nation's consciousness.  She died of bone cancer at age 57.

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PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

 Three quarters view of RACHEL CARSO

Three quarters view of RACHEL CARSO

  The author of books about the settlement of the prairie, midwestern life and the difficulty of change, WILLA CATHER was born in Virginia in 1873.  Her family moved to Nebraska when Willa was nine and she lived in the state where many of her novels are set until she completed her education.  She worked for a time as a journalist and teacher before devoting herself to writing at the age of 39.  Cather is usually included as one of the best 19th century American writers.  Her highly acclaimed works include,  O Pioneers, My Antonia, One of Ours,  and  Death Comes for the Archbishop.       ​ ​MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 3"​  PRICE: $40 + $8 shipping/handling

The author of books about the settlement of the prairie, midwestern life and the difficulty of change, WILLA CATHER was born in Virginia in 1873.  Her family moved to Nebraska when Willa was nine and she lived in the state where many of her novels are set until she completed her education.  She worked for a time as a journalist and teacher before devoting herself to writing at the age of 39.  Cather is usually included as one of the best 19th century American writers.  Her highly acclaimed works include, O Pioneers, My Antonia, One of Ours, and Death Comes for the Archbishop.

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  Dickinson's life began and ended in Amherst, Massachusetts.  After her schooling, she became increasingly reclusive and lived out her entire life in the family home.  Dickinson struggled throughout her lifetime with religious conflict.  Her poetry reflects the intensity of this struggle, as well as dealing with nature, love and death.  Only a handful of her poems were published during her lifetime because she concealed the extent of her literary pursuits even from family.  Upon Emily's death, her sister, Lavinia, discovered over 1700 poems hidden in various places.  EMILY DICKINSON stands as one of the truly great American poets of the 19th century.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  ​approx. 6" x 3" x 3 1/2"  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

Dickinson's life began and ended in Amherst, Massachusetts.  After her schooling, she became increasingly reclusive and lived out her entire life in the family home.  Dickinson struggled throughout her lifetime with religious conflict.  Her poetry reflects the intensity of this struggle, as well as dealing with nature, love and death.  Only a handful of her poems were published during her lifetime because she concealed the extent of her literary pursuits even from family.  Upon Emily's death, her sister, Lavinia, discovered over 1700 poems hidden in various places.  EMILY DICKINSON stands as one of the truly great American poets of the 19th century.

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  AMELIA EARHART was born in Atchison, Kansas in 1897.  In her early twenties, she became fascinated with aviation.  Earhart was the first woman pilot to make a solo flight across the Atlantic in 1932, duplicating the feat which had made Charles Lindbergh famous just five years earlier.  She set speed and distance records throughout her career and was active n many women's organizations.  "Lady Lindy" became a beloved public figure partly through the promotional campaign engineered by her husband, George Putnam.  In 1937, at age 40, Earhart was a month into an around-the-world flight when radio contact was lost.  Despite numerous searches, her plane was never found and the mystery surrounding her death remains unsolved.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  5 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

AMELIA EARHART was born in Atchison, Kansas in 1897.  In her early twenties, she became fascinated with aviation.  Earhart was the first woman pilot to make a solo flight across the Atlantic in 1932, duplicating the feat which had made Charles Lindbergh famous just five years earlier.  She set speed and distance records throughout her career and was active n many women's organizations.  "Lady Lindy" became a beloved public figure partly through the promotional campaign engineered by her husband, George Putnam.  In 1937, at age 40, Earhart was a month into an around-the-world flight when radio contact was lost.  Despite numerous searches, her plane was never found and the mystery surrounding her death remains unsolved.

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  Among the greatest painters of the 20th century, GEORGIA O'KEEFFE is reknown for her originality and unique vision.  Noted photographer and gallery owner, Alfred Stieglitz, was instrumental in helping to launch her career.  They married in 1924.  Her work from this period includes magnified floral pieces and skyscraper scenes.  Drawn to the western landscape, O'Keeffe began spending summers painting in New Mexico at age 41.  The skull paintings date from this period.  In 1946 the Museum of Modern Art gave O'Keeffe a retrospective exhibit, their first for a woman artist.  In her later years, she led a reclusive life at her ranch but continued painting until her death at age 98.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  6" x 3 1/2" x  3 1/2"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

Among the greatest painters of the 20th century, GEORGIA O'KEEFFE is reknown for her originality and unique vision.  Noted photographer and gallery owner, Alfred Stieglitz, was instrumental in helping to launch her career.  They married in 1924.  Her work from this period includes magnified floral pieces and skyscraper scenes.  Drawn to the western landscape, O'Keeffe began spending summers painting in New Mexico at age 41.  The skull paintings date from this period.  In 1946 the Museum of Modern Art gave O'Keeffe a retrospective exhibit, their first for a woman artist.  In her later years, she led a reclusive life at her ranch but continued painting until her death at age 98.

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SIZE:  6" x 3 1/2" x  3 1/2"​

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  The most influential woman of the 20th century, ELEANOR ROOSEVELT was an effective political and social leader in America.  She was a staunch advocate for human rights world wide and in particular, championed the cause of women's and minority rights.  Roosevelt organized many war time relief activities and was an effective political organizer on behalf of her husband's many campaigns.  The mother of five children, her relationship with Franklin was never easy and yet their marriage endured.  Eleanor's compassion for the plight and struggles of others propelled her to get involved with a wide range of social causes.  Appointed as a delegate to the UN, Roosevelt played a major role in shaping the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  approx. 6" x 3" x 3"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

The most influential woman of the 20th century, ELEANOR ROOSEVELT was an effective political and social leader in America.  She was a staunch advocate for human rights world wide and in particular, championed the cause of women's and minority rights.  Roosevelt organized many war time relief activities and was an effective political organizer on behalf of her husband's many campaigns.  The mother of five children, her relationship with Franklin was never easy and yet their marriage endured.  Eleanor's compassion for the plight and struggles of others propelled her to get involved with a wide range of social causes.  Appointed as a delegate to the UN, Roosevelt played a major role in shaping the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.

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 ​Side view ELEANOR ROOSEVELT

​Side view ELEANOR ROOSEVELT

  Although not as well known today as her friend and colleague Susan B. Anthony, ELIZABETH CADY STANTON was the most important thinker of the 19th century women's movement.  Stanton was the primary force behind the Seneca Falls Women's Convention in 1848.  Stanton was the first to make suffrage for women an issue. Married, with seven children to raise, Stanton actively led the women's movement for over fifty years.  She wrote several books, worked on a radical newspaper, pushed for more liberal divorce and property laws, founded or co-founded several women's organizations, and lectured widely.  Stanton even ran for Congress in 1866 but did not win.   She died at the age of 83.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 3"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

Although not as well known today as her friend and colleague Susan B. Anthony, ELIZABETH CADY STANTON was the most important thinker of the 19th century women's movement.  Stanton was the primary force behind the Seneca Falls Women's Convention in 1848.  Stanton was the first to make suffrage for women an issue. Married, with seven children to raise, Stanton actively led the women's movement for over fifty years.  She wrote several books, worked on a radical newspaper, pushed for more liberal divorce and property laws, founded or co-founded several women's organizations, and lectured widely.  Stanton even ran for Congress in 1866 but did not win.   She died at the age of 83.

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  HARRIET TUBMAN was born into a slave family in Maryland in either 1820 or 1821.  After she escaped to the north, she was determined to help her family and others flee slavery.  As the best known conductor of the Underground Railroad, Tubman made some 19 trips to the south between 1850 and 1860, leading around 300 people to freedom.  Her courageous exploits earned her the nickname, "Moses."  During the Civil War she continued to work freeing slaves, and also aided the Union as a nurse, spy, and military leader.  After the war, she remained active for such causes as equality in education, women's suffrage, and care of the sick and elderly.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 2 1/2"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

HARRIET TUBMAN was born into a slave family in Maryland in either 1820 or 1821.  After she escaped to the north, she was determined to help her family and others flee slavery.  As the best known conductor of the Underground Railroad, Tubman made some 19 trips to the south between 1850 and 1860, leading around 300 people to freedom.  Her courageous exploits earned her the nickname, "Moses."  During the Civil War she continued to work freeing slaves, and also aided the Union as a nurse, spy, and military leader.  After the war, she remained active for such causes as equality in education, women's suffrage, and care of the sick and elderly.

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SIZE:  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 2 1/2"​

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The strategist and organizer behind the 19th century women's suffrage movement, SUSAN B. ANTHONY,  paired with Elizabeth Cady Stanton to become one of the most influential political teams in American history.  Anthony grew up in a Quaker family and began her life of social reform by speaking out against drunkenness and slavery.  Recruited by Stanton, her emphasis changed to women's rights and eventually she focused solely on passage of a Constitutional Amendment giving women the right to vote.  Anthony remained single during her life which freed her up to travel widely and work to mobilize people on behalf of the movement.  Stanton and Anthony founded the American Women Suffrage Association and published a weekly newspaper.

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SIZE:​  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 3 1/2"

PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

​Side view of SUSAN B. ANTHONY

RACHEL CARSON dreamed of being a writer but her love of nature led her into the field of science.  That she was able to combine the two by writing clearly and beautifully about scientific issues underlies her genius.  She worked as an acquatic biologist for the government and began to write about life in and around the ocean.  Her second book, The Sea Around Us,  became a best seller.  But the work she is most remembered for, Silent Spring, had an immediate and far ranging impact on the use of chemical pesticides in our environment.  Carson's major legacy was forcing issues about environmental awareness before the nation's consciousness.  She died of bone cancer at age 57.

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SIZE:  approx. 6" x 3" x 3"​

PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

Three quarters view of RACHEL CARSO

The author of books about the settlement of the prairie, midwestern life and the difficulty of change, WILLA CATHER was born in Virginia in 1873.  Her family moved to Nebraska when Willa was nine and she lived in the state where many of her novels are set until she completed her education.  She worked for a time as a journalist and teacher before devoting herself to writing at the age of 39.  Cather is usually included as one of the best 19th century American writers.  Her highly acclaimed works include, O Pioneers, My Antonia, One of Ours, and Death Comes for the Archbishop.

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SIZE:  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 3"​

PRICE: $40 + $8 shipping/handling

Dickinson's life began and ended in Amherst, Massachusetts.  After her schooling, she became increasingly reclusive and lived out her entire life in the family home.  Dickinson struggled throughout her lifetime with religious conflict.  Her poetry reflects the intensity of this struggle, as well as dealing with nature, love and death.  Only a handful of her poems were published during her lifetime because she concealed the extent of her literary pursuits even from family.  Upon Emily's death, her sister, Lavinia, discovered over 1700 poems hidden in various places.  EMILY DICKINSON stands as one of the truly great American poets of the 19th century.

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SIZE:  ​approx. 6" x 3" x 3 1/2"

PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

AMELIA EARHART was born in Atchison, Kansas in 1897.  In her early twenties, she became fascinated with aviation.  Earhart was the first woman pilot to make a solo flight across the Atlantic in 1932, duplicating the feat which had made Charles Lindbergh famous just five years earlier.  She set speed and distance records throughout her career and was active n many women's organizations.  "Lady Lindy" became a beloved public figure partly through the promotional campaign engineered by her husband, George Putnam.  In 1937, at age 40, Earhart was a month into an around-the-world flight when radio contact was lost.  Despite numerous searches, her plane was never found and the mystery surrounding her death remains unsolved.

MEDIUM:  Porcelain

SIZE:  5 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"​

PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

Among the greatest painters of the 20th century, GEORGIA O'KEEFFE is reknown for her originality and unique vision.  Noted photographer and gallery owner, Alfred Stieglitz, was instrumental in helping to launch her career.  They married in 1924.  Her work from this period includes magnified floral pieces and skyscraper scenes.  Drawn to the western landscape, O'Keeffe began spending summers painting in New Mexico at age 41.  The skull paintings date from this period.  In 1946 the Museum of Modern Art gave O'Keeffe a retrospective exhibit, their first for a woman artist.  In her later years, she led a reclusive life at her ranch but continued painting until her death at age 98.

MEDIUM:  Porcelain

SIZE:  6" x 3 1/2" x  3 1/2"​

PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

The most influential woman of the 20th century, ELEANOR ROOSEVELT was an effective political and social leader in America.  She was a staunch advocate for human rights world wide and in particular, championed the cause of women's and minority rights.  Roosevelt organized many war time relief activities and was an effective political organizer on behalf of her husband's many campaigns.  The mother of five children, her relationship with Franklin was never easy and yet their marriage endured.  Eleanor's compassion for the plight and struggles of others propelled her to get involved with a wide range of social causes.  Appointed as a delegate to the UN, Roosevelt played a major role in shaping the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.

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SIZE:  approx. 6" x 3" x 3"​

PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

​Side view ELEANOR ROOSEVELT

Although not as well known today as her friend and colleague Susan B. Anthony, ELIZABETH CADY STANTON was the most important thinker of the 19th century women's movement.  Stanton was the primary force behind the Seneca Falls Women's Convention in 1848.  Stanton was the first to make suffrage for women an issue. Married, with seven children to raise, Stanton actively led the women's movement for over fifty years.  She wrote several books, worked on a radical newspaper, pushed for more liberal divorce and property laws, founded or co-founded several women's organizations, and lectured widely.  Stanton even ran for Congress in 1866 but did not win.   She died at the age of 83.

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SIZE:  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 3"​

PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

HARRIET TUBMAN was born into a slave family in Maryland in either 1820 or 1821.  After she escaped to the north, she was determined to help her family and others flee slavery.  As the best known conductor of the Underground Railroad, Tubman made some 19 trips to the south between 1850 and 1860, leading around 300 people to freedom.  Her courageous exploits earned her the nickname, "Moses."  During the Civil War she continued to work freeing slaves, and also aided the Union as a nurse, spy, and military leader.  After the war, she remained active for such causes as equality in education, women's suffrage, and care of the sick and elderly.

MEDIUM:  Porcelain

SIZE:  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 2 1/2"​

PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling

  The strategist and organizer behind the 19th century women's suffrage movement, SUSAN B. ANTHONY,  paired with Elizabeth Cady Stanton to become one of the most influential political teams in American history.  Anthony grew up in a Quaker family and began her life of social reform by speaking out against drunkenness and slavery.  Recruited by Stanton, her emphasis changed to women's rights and eventually she focused solely on passage of a Constitutional Amendment giving women the right to vote.  Anthony remained single during her life which freed her up to travel widely and work to mobilize people on behalf of the movement.  Stanton and Anthony founded the American Women Suffrage Association and published a weekly newspaper.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:​  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 3 1/2"  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling
 ​Side view of SUSAN B. ANTHONY
  RACHEL CARSON dreamed of being a writer but her love of nature led her into the field of science.  That she was able to combine the two by writing clearly and beautifully about scientific issues underlies her genius.  She worked as an acquatic biologist for the government and began to write about life in and around the ocean.  Her second book,  The Sea Around Us,   became a best seller.  But the work she is most remembered for,  Silent Spring,  had an immediate and far ranging impact on the use of chemical pesticides in our environment.  Carson's major legacy was forcing issues about environmental awareness before the nation's consciousness.  She died of bone cancer at age 57.   ​MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  approx. 6" x 3" x 3"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling
 Three quarters view of RACHEL CARSO
  The author of books about the settlement of the prairie, midwestern life and the difficulty of change, WILLA CATHER was born in Virginia in 1873.  Her family moved to Nebraska when Willa was nine and she lived in the state where many of her novels are set until she completed her education.  She worked for a time as a journalist and teacher before devoting herself to writing at the age of 39.  Cather is usually included as one of the best 19th century American writers.  Her highly acclaimed works include,  O Pioneers, My Antonia, One of Ours,  and  Death Comes for the Archbishop.       ​ ​MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 3"​  PRICE: $40 + $8 shipping/handling
  Dickinson's life began and ended in Amherst, Massachusetts.  After her schooling, she became increasingly reclusive and lived out her entire life in the family home.  Dickinson struggled throughout her lifetime with religious conflict.  Her poetry reflects the intensity of this struggle, as well as dealing with nature, love and death.  Only a handful of her poems were published during her lifetime because she concealed the extent of her literary pursuits even from family.  Upon Emily's death, her sister, Lavinia, discovered over 1700 poems hidden in various places.  EMILY DICKINSON stands as one of the truly great American poets of the 19th century.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  ​approx. 6" x 3" x 3 1/2"  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling
  AMELIA EARHART was born in Atchison, Kansas in 1897.  In her early twenties, she became fascinated with aviation.  Earhart was the first woman pilot to make a solo flight across the Atlantic in 1932, duplicating the feat which had made Charles Lindbergh famous just five years earlier.  She set speed and distance records throughout her career and was active n many women's organizations.  "Lady Lindy" became a beloved public figure partly through the promotional campaign engineered by her husband, George Putnam.  In 1937, at age 40, Earhart was a month into an around-the-world flight when radio contact was lost.  Despite numerous searches, her plane was never found and the mystery surrounding her death remains unsolved.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  5 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling
  Among the greatest painters of the 20th century, GEORGIA O'KEEFFE is reknown for her originality and unique vision.  Noted photographer and gallery owner, Alfred Stieglitz, was instrumental in helping to launch her career.  They married in 1924.  Her work from this period includes magnified floral pieces and skyscraper scenes.  Drawn to the western landscape, O'Keeffe began spending summers painting in New Mexico at age 41.  The skull paintings date from this period.  In 1946 the Museum of Modern Art gave O'Keeffe a retrospective exhibit, their first for a woman artist.  In her later years, she led a reclusive life at her ranch but continued painting until her death at age 98.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  6" x 3 1/2" x  3 1/2"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling
  The most influential woman of the 20th century, ELEANOR ROOSEVELT was an effective political and social leader in America.  She was a staunch advocate for human rights world wide and in particular, championed the cause of women's and minority rights.  Roosevelt organized many war time relief activities and was an effective political organizer on behalf of her husband's many campaigns.  The mother of five children, her relationship with Franklin was never easy and yet their marriage endured.  Eleanor's compassion for the plight and struggles of others propelled her to get involved with a wide range of social causes.  Appointed as a delegate to the UN, Roosevelt played a major role in shaping the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  approx. 6" x 3" x 3"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling
 ​Side view ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
  Although not as well known today as her friend and colleague Susan B. Anthony, ELIZABETH CADY STANTON was the most important thinker of the 19th century women's movement.  Stanton was the primary force behind the Seneca Falls Women's Convention in 1848.  Stanton was the first to make suffrage for women an issue. Married, with seven children to raise, Stanton actively led the women's movement for over fifty years.  She wrote several books, worked on a radical newspaper, pushed for more liberal divorce and property laws, founded or co-founded several women's organizations, and lectured widely.  Stanton even ran for Congress in 1866 but did not win.   She died at the age of 83.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 3"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling
  HARRIET TUBMAN was born into a slave family in Maryland in either 1820 or 1821.  After she escaped to the north, she was determined to help her family and others flee slavery.  As the best known conductor of the Underground Railroad, Tubman made some 19 trips to the south between 1850 and 1860, leading around 300 people to freedom.  Her courageous exploits earned her the nickname, "Moses."  During the Civil War she continued to work freeing slaves, and also aided the Union as a nurse, spy, and military leader.  After the war, she remained active for such causes as equality in education, women's suffrage, and care of the sick and elderly.   MEDIUM:  Porcelain  SIZE:  approx. 5 1/2" x 3" x 2 1/2"​  PRICE:  $40 + $8 shipping/handling