Addie Wilkins Jackson

(1875–1938) Addie was an African-American woman who was a leader in New York State women's clubs. From 1913–1920, she was the Financial Secretary of the Empire State Federation of Women's Clubs. It had 4,000 members. The organization's mission was to empower women and children in New York State. In 1913, the Federation voted in support of women's suffrage.

In addition, Addie was a Tarrytown and Westchester County political activist, who held the role of president and chairwoman for many organizations.

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery

Plot 44

540 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591

Westchester County

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