Signer #54: Rebecca Race, "Mother of Twelve"

Three of Signer #54's twelve children died in the space of four days.

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Signer #38: Martha Underhill, "A Thousand Words"

The search for Signer #38 uncovered her photograph, previously forgotten.

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Signer #2: Harriet Cady Eaton, "The Rich Sister"

An elder sister of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Signer #2 amassed a fortune after the Seneca Falls Convention.

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Signer #95: Isaac Van Tassel, "The Musician"

Signer #95 witnessed some of the Civil War's grimmest battles.

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Signer #91: S.E. Woodworth, "Drosophila"

Signer #91's nephew (and stepson) was responsible for a major scientific breakthrough.

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Signer #37: Charlotte Woodward, "The Last Survivor"

The only known signer who lived to see the 19th Amendment, Signer #37 campaigned for franchise all her life.

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Signer #33: Susan Quinn, "The Teenager"

14 years and 6 months old, Signer #33 is the youngest known signer.

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Signer #84: Jacob Mathews, "The Liquor Dealer"

Another signer is connected to the local liquor trade…

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Signer #39: Dorothy Mathews, "The Physician"

After the death of her spouse, the best candidate for Signer #39 became a doctor...

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Signer #14, Delia Mathews: "The Dissenter"

At odds with the Presbyterian church, Signer #14 spoke out...

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Signer #76, David Spalding: "One More Mystery..."

Signer #76 died of an unknown cause within three days of his spouse, Signer #57…

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Signer #7, Margaret Schooley: "The Fingerprint"

A challenge to trace, Signer #7 lived in New Jersey, New York, Illinois, Wisconsin, Kansas, and Florida.

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