A leading figure in the suffragist movement, Phoebe Couzins has a legacy that shouldn’t be forgotten. The question is, what are we more likely to remember her for?
Couzins was born in St. Louis on September 8, 1842, to John E. D. and Adeline Couzins, both of her whom were tireless public servants. Witnessing their work as chief of police and battlefield nurse, respectively, likely inspired Couzins’s interest in social causes. Her cause of choice? The empowerment of women. Read more »