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40037 Tuesdays With a Scholar: Votes for Women-Early Start Date   NEW!

Note: This course is not included in the Request/Allocation process; an announcement and opportunity to register will be sent via the Up to Dater.

The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing and protecting women's constitutional right to vote. In this series, historian Janet Woolman examines the history of the amendment and how it changed the lives of American women and men.

Sessions include: September 8, The Back Story;  September 15, The Suffrage Movement in the United States, Seneca Falls to Reconstruction 1848–1872; September 22, The Suffrage Movement During the Late-19th and Early-20th Centuries; September 29, The Final Push, Victory, and Aftermath.

Janet Woolman is retired from The Blake School where she was a popular history teacher.

Offered in cooperation with the Ramsey County Library with support from Friends of the Ramsey County Libraries. Moderated by Judy Woodward, history coordinator.

 

 

 

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