"Woman will always be dependent until she holds a purse of her own."
—Elizabeth Cady Stanton


 
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Slavery continues despite war, amendment

Posted by Georgia Ann Mullen on February 6, 2011 | Leave a comment (1)
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War. While the war was fought over a fusion of slavery and states’ rights issues, slavery didn’t end in the United States until December 1865 with passage of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution. Or did it? Consider these...

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Thank you, Diane & Vicki!

Posted by Georgia Ann Mullen on August 5, 2010 | Leave a comment (2)
I was blown away by the creativity and energy put into my latest book signing by friends Diane and Vicki. They took their theme from the Black Pole Tavern in Wixumlee Is My Salvation and ran with it. When I walked into Diane’s home it smelled like my grandma’s house–and...

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Ohio, Buffalo part of URR bike rally

Posted by Georgia Ann Mullen on July 17, 2010 | Leave a comment (0)
While my first two books took place in New York state, much of the third book, Beau Maas at Stop 99, is set in Ohio. So, I was pleased to learn that Ohio’s capital, Columbus, is one stop on a seven-state bicycle tour retracing 1,800 miles of the Underground Railroad that will raise money to...

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Wixumlee Is My Salvation available now!

Posted by Georgia Ann Mullen on July 10, 2010 | Leave a comment (0)
The second book in Georgia Ann Mullen’s Canal Tales Series, Wixumlee Is My Salvation, is available now from Dog Ear Publishing. Tess’ story continues after a brutal fight with slave catchers turns the once brazen young woman cowardly. When her friend is kidnapped, Tess becomes entangled in the...

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Ellenville to restore Hunt Building on Women’s Heritage Trail

Posted by Georgia Ann Mullen on January 31, 2010 | Leave a comment (2)
Ellenville, NY, is more than 200 miles from Seneca Falls, the heart of the women’s rights movement, and both are on the New York State Women’s Heritage Trail. Ellenville residents call their deteriorating Hunt Memorial Building the “heart of the village” and point to its historical...

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