“A Woman Is as Much a Citizen as a Man”: Eugenie Kountze Nicholson, a Hoosier Suffragist


Graduate student Leeah Mahon brings Eugenie out from behind the shadow of her famous husband. If you are a Hoosier, you may have heard of Meredith Nicholson. Indiana Humanities operates out of the former home of Nicholson, and we celebrate him as a leading author during the “Golden Age of Indiana Literature.” However, did you know that his wife Eugenie Kountze Nicholson was an intelligent, politically outspoken leading proponent of suffrage, as well as a dedicated civil servant in nineteenth-century Indianapolis?  “The Beginnings of Her Exquisite...

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