Activist · Alice Curtice Moyer Wing · Ozarks · Suffrage · Voting Rights

The Homely Philosophy of an Ozarks Woman Who Believes in Suffrage by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Alice Curtice Moyer Wing wanted equal voting rights for women. She traveled the Missouri Ozarks with her horse La Belle in the 1910s, talking to people about voting rights. Her experiences were chronicled in a series of articles published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from 1916-1919. Missouriwomen.org is featuring Moyer Wing’s articles as we commemorate the 100th… Continue reading The Homely Philosophy of an Ozarks Woman Who Believes in Suffrage by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Activist · Alice Curtice Moyer Wing · Ozarks · Suffrage · Voting Rights

Bringing the War Home to an Ozarks Suffragist by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Alice Curtice Moyer Wing wanted equal voting rights for women. She traveled the Missouri Ozarks with her horse La Belle in the 1910s, talking to people about voting rights. Her experiences were chronicled in a series of articles published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from 1916-1919. Missouriwomen.org is featuring Moyer Wing’s articles as we commemorate the 100th… Continue reading Bringing the War Home to an Ozarks Suffragist by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Activist · Alice Curtice Moyer Wing · Ozarks · Suffrage · Voting Rights

‘Artymissie Ward,’ Feminist of the Ozarks: Her Views of the Big City and its People by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Alice Curtice Moyer Wing wanted equal voting rights for women. She traveled the Missouri Ozarks with her horse La Belle in the 1910s, talking to people about voting rights. Her experiences were chronicled in a series of articles published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from 1916-1919. Missouriwomen.org is featuring Moyer Wing’s articles as we commemorate the 100th… Continue reading ‘Artymissie Ward,’ Feminist of the Ozarks: Her Views of the Big City and its People by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Activist · Alice Curtice Moyer Wing · Ozarks · Suffrage · Voting Rights

‘Neety’ of the Ozarks, and the Understandin’ She had with Jimmy by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Alice Curtice Moyer Wing wanted equal voting rights for women. She traveled the Missouri Ozarks with her horse La Belle in the 1910s, talking to people about voting rights. Her experiences were chronicled in a series of articles published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from 1916-1919. Missouriwomen.org is featuring Moyer Wing’s articles as we commemorate the 100th… Continue reading ‘Neety’ of the Ozarks, and the Understandin’ She had with Jimmy by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Activist · Alice Curtice Moyer Wing · Ozarks · Suffrage · Uncategorized · Voting Rights

The Ozark Statesman, Who Thinks Women Can be “Jollied” Out of the Vote by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Alice Curtice Moyer Wing wanted equal voting rights for women. She traveled the Missouri Ozarks with her horse La Belle in the 1910s, talking to people about voting rights. Her experiences were chronicled in a series of articles published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from 1916-1919. Missouriwomen.org is featuring Moyer Wing’s articles as we commemorate the 100th… Continue reading The Ozark Statesman, Who Thinks Women Can be “Jollied” Out of the Vote by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Activist · Alice Curtice Moyer Wing · Ozarks · Suffrage · Voting Rights

The Ozarks Prime Defender of Women and How Sally ‘Convarted’ Him to Suffrage by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Alice Curtice Moyer Wing wanted equal voting rights for women. She traveled the Missouri Ozarks with her horse La Belle in the 1910s, talking to people about voting rights. Her experiences were chronicled in a series of articles published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from 1916-1919. Missouriwomen.org is featuring Moyer Wing’s articles as we commemorate the 100th… Continue reading The Ozarks Prime Defender of Women and How Sally ‘Convarted’ Him to Suffrage by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Activist · Alice Curtice Moyer Wing · Ozarks · Suffrage · Uncategorized · Voting Rights

‘Uncle Josh’ and His Ozark Neighbors Their View on Suffrage ‘Fer’ and ‘Agin’ by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Alice Curtice Moyer Wing wanted equal voting rights for women. She traveled the Missouri Ozarks with her horse La Belle in the 1910s, talking to people about voting rights. Her experiences were chronicled in a series of articles published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from 1916-1919. Missouriwomen.org is featuring Moyer Wing’s articles as we commemorate the 100th… Continue reading ‘Uncle Josh’ and His Ozark Neighbors Their View on Suffrage ‘Fer’ and ‘Agin’ by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Activist · Alice Curtice Moyer Wing · Ozarks · Suffrage · Uncategorized · Voting Rights

A “Black Day” in the Campaign for Suffrage in the Ozarks by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Alice Curtice Moyer Wing wanted equal voting rights for women. She traveled the Missouri Ozarks with her horse La Belle in the 1910s, talking to people about voting rights. Her experiences were chronicled in a series of articles published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from 1916-1919. Missouriwomen.org is featuring Moyer Wing’s articles as we commemorate the 100th… Continue reading A “Black Day” in the Campaign for Suffrage in the Ozarks by Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Activist · Alice Curtice Moyer Wing · Ozarks · Suffrage · Voting Rights

Celebrating 100 years of Women’s Suffrage with Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Missouriwomen.org will commemorate the approaching 100th anniversary of women's suffrage by featuring the work of Alice Curtice Moyer Wing. Moyer Wing traveled the Missouri Ozarks with her faithful horse La Belle in the years between 1916-1919. She encountered all sorts of different people, sharing her opinions on the need for equal voting rights for women.… Continue reading Celebrating 100 years of Women’s Suffrage with Alice Curtice Moyer Wing

Activist · Author · Crossroads Church Cemetery · Greenville · Suffrage · Wayne County

Roadtrip: Greenville Recreation Area & Crossroads Church Cemetery

The Greenville Recreation Area is set aside to mark the location of Old Greenville, a town that was moved in the 1940s due to the Wappapello Dam. Today there are camping and picnic areas at the site, with a dose of women's history sprinkled in. Alice Curtice Moyer Wing, a suffrage fighter who travelled the eastern Missouri Ozarks… Continue reading Roadtrip: Greenville Recreation Area & Crossroads Church Cemetery