SUSAN HOWES LOOK AVERY (1817-1915)
Source: Louisville Courier-Journal, February 9, 1902)
Source: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage, History of Woman Suffrage, (New York: National American Woman Suffrage Association, 1922), vol. 4, p. 878.
The U.S. Civil Rights Trail has launched with over 100 points of interest showcased in fourteen states. Charged by National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis, historians at Georgia State University identified sixty sites and Southern state tourism directors added forty more. There are three Kentucky sites on the U.S. Civil Rights Trail:
Title: Suffering Suffragettes
Publication: The Crisis, volume 4, issue 2, pages 76-77
Date: June 1912
Mary Eleanor Tarrant was born in 1872 in Macon, Mississippi. Her father, Samuel Tarrant, was a civil war veteran and worked as a merchant (in what business is not recorded). Her mother, Eliza Watkins Selleck Tarrant, seems to have had no paying job when Eleanor was born. When the family moved to Louisville sometime in the 1880s, however, Eliza Tarrant kept a boarding house, and when she and her husband moved to Chicago around 1900, she pursued this occupation there.
Author: Smith, Mary Jane.
Title: Constructing Womanhood in Public: Progressive White Women in a New South.
Publisher: Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College Doctoral Dissertations 2626, LSU Digital Commons, 2002.