Sonoma County Suffragist Stories: Abigail Haskell
Abigail Haskell lived in Petaluma, California in the mid- and late 1800s. She was a champion of women's education and equal pay for equal work, a fierce and opinionated writer, and a leader in the women's suffrage movement in Sonoma County and California.

Produced by:
Isabel Fischer
Special Thanks to: 
Ann Nisson
Katherine Rinehart
John Sheehy
Sonoma County History and Genealogy Library
Voiceover by Sierra Downey
Imagery of and information about Abigail Haskell courtesy of Ann Nisson

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