Gendered Activism in Oklahoma From the 1870s to the 2010s. Edited by Sarah Eppler Janda and Patricia Loughlin, published by the University of Oklahoma Press Since well before ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920 secured their right to vote, women in Oklahoma have sought to change and uplift their communities through political activism. This Land Is Herland brings together the stories of thirteen women activists and explores their varied experiences from the territorial period to the present. The essays discuss Progressive reformer Kate Barnard, educator and civil rights leader Clara Luper, and Comanche leader and activist LaDonna Harris, as well as lesser-known individuals such as Cherokee historian and educator Rachel Caroline Eaton, entrepreneur and NAACP organizer California M. Taylor, and Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) champion Wanda Jo Peltier Stapleton.The Pen & Ink Kit includes a dip pen stylus, india ink, blotter, a copy book and report card, just like the ones used in Turkey Creek School in 1910.Fresh Roasted Arbuckle Coffee combined with a blend of chocolate, french vanilla, and cinnamon. Delicious hot or as an iced coffee for those warm summer days.Back by popular demand .. the Heritage Center Urban Adventure Kit, contains everything you will need to start your urban adventure in historic Enid, Oklahoma! Kit includes: canvas shoulder bag, walking stick, branded aluminum water bottle, bandana, CSRHC button and travel map!Arbuckles' Ariosa. This is a medium roast Central American blend, rich in flavor; balanced acidity with a faint note of smokiness and a subtle chocolate finish. You can't go wrong with the original coffee that won the west.The new Mexicali mug comes in Texas style. Thicker and heavier than traditional mugs, you will surely enjoy every sip of Arbuckles from this modern collectible.This Fourth edition Ariosa Coffee mug holds a cowboy size 15oz of rich Arbuckles' coffee.The Turkey Creek School Slate Set, includes a wood-framed slate, chalk and eraser cloth. You will be ready for a school day in 1910!