Side A Born in Randolph Co. circa 1828i to
Quaker family, Way was advocate
for women's rights and temperance.
Founding member of Indiana Woman's
Rights Association, 1851; participant
in "Whisky Riot" here, 1854; and
nurse in Civil War. She revived
woman's association in 1869. By 1872,
she served as a Methodist Episcopal
minister, but joined the Society
of Friends, 1884.
Side B Way lectured throughout the U.S.
on suffrage and temperance. She
held national offices in Independent
Order of Good Templars and was
member of Woman's Christian
Temperance Union. In 1869, she helped
found American Woman's Suffrage
Association and a national
prohibition party. Idaho Prohibition
Party nominated her for U.S.
Congress, 1900. Died 1914 in California.