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Publications & Podcasts

The Tennessee Woman Suffrage Heritage Trail website has been featured in several publications and podcasts throughout the state of Tennessee and has received national recognition. Below are some of the publications that have written articles and featured podcasts about the website and the women’s right to vote in the state of Tennessee.



New York Times – A Whitewashed Monument to Women’s Suffrage

The Tennessean – Celebrate a century of women having the right to vote

The Commercial Appeal – Suffrage trail honors a woman’s place — in Tennessee history

Suffrageandthemedia.org – The Tennessee Woman Suffrage Heritage Trail

The Tennessee Tribune – Celebrate Women’s Right to Vote With Suffrage Heritage Trail

Awesome Without Borders – Grant #328 Tennessee Woman Suffrage Heritage Trail

National Collaborative for Women’s History Site – Tennessee Woman Suffrage Heritage Trail

Rutgers – Teach A Girl To Lead – Women’s History State-by-State

MTSU Center for Historic Preservation Teacher Resources

2020 Women’s Vote Centennial – Local + State Projects

The Jackson Sun – You’re invited: Reception honors Sue Shelton White

APSU commemorating women’s suffrage anniversary with year of special events

Only 100 years ago, Leaf-Chronicle editor’s wife faced down the impossible | Opinion

TheChattanoogan.com – Four Honored for Work in Arts, Heritage in Clarksville

Daily Memphian – Champion for Suffrage Monument Never Misses Beat, Chance to Vote

Tourism Industry is (Finally) Shining a Light on the Women of the World

http://Travelandleisure.com- Susan B. Anthony Childhood Home Renovations
















WNYC: https://www.wnycstudios.org/story/episode-3-pedestal 

(Paula Casey discussing suffrage public art)

Two Broads Talking Politics:


(Paula Casey discussing the Heritage Trail)

NPR: https://www.wnycstudios.org/story/episode-3-pedestal 

(Dr. Jan Sherman discussing Sen. Margaret Chase Smith’s run for the presidency)

Tennessee’s Role For Women’s Suffrage