Ernestine L. Rose Back to content Ernestine Rose (1810-1892) was a pro-suffrage, anti-slavery orator in the United States whose activism was recognized by contemporaries as a key contribution to the suffrage movement. This photo is in the public domain. Print Full Image Related contentThis Week in History: Suffragist and anti-slavery activist Ernestine Rose addresses annual Thomas Paine dinnerThis Week in History: Ernestine Rose presides over national women's rights conventionProfiles: Ernestine RoseEncyclopedia Article: Ernestine RoseEncyclopedia Article: Suffrage in the United States How to cite this pageJewish Women's Archive. "Ernestine L. Rose." (Viewed on January 25, 2021) <https://jwa.org/media/ernestine-l-rose>.