SCOTTSVILLE, N.Y. (AP) – An upstate New York farm is marking the one centesimal anniversary of girls’s suffrage within the state in distinctly fall trend, with a corn maze within the form of Susan B. Anthony.
Stokoe Farms’ proprietor Suzanne Stokoe says she needed to honor considered one of Rochester’s most well-known residents with the three-acre maze, which options the activist’s profile and her home, which has been became a museum.
This yr is the centennial of girls’s voting rights in New York. Three years later, in 1920, ratification of the nineteenth Modification gave all American ladies the fitting to vote.
The maze is open from this weekend by way of the top of October.
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