Tracing our History
The following books trace the history of the League from Seneca Falls to Fairfax, Virginia.
In 1998 we celebrated our 50th anniversary year with the publication of "Tracing Our Roots: From Seneca Falls, New York to Fairfax, Virginia." Our indebtedness to women of resourcefulness and courage, past and present, is noted and many of those individuals are profiled. The intent of this record is to celebrate the strength and diversity of women and encourage others to accept the challenge for the future. This anniversary special is available in the Fairfax County Public Library and the Fairfax Museum.
Select this link to visit The American Memory Series Votes for Women Suffrage Pictures, 1848-1920 at the Library of Congress.
In commemoration of the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution in a tribute to the women of our nation whose extraordinary efforts achieved passage of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920 and in particular the suffragists incarcerated in 1917 at the Occoquan Workhouse, Lorton, Virginia.