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History @ High Noon: The Struggle for Women’s Suffrage in North Carolina

Wednesday, Aug. 12, noon–1 p.m.

(Photo Credit: State Archives of North Carolina)

Presenter: RaeLana Poteat, Curator of Political and Social History for the North Carolina Museum of History

Mark the 100th anniversary for ratification of the 19th Amendment this month by exploring “You Have to Start a Thing”—a museum exhibit on the women's suffrage movement in North Carolina. Find out how the struggle for female suffrage in North Carolina differed somewhat from the national storyline, and get to know about some of the women, and men, who fought for suffrage in our state. Register here!

A link to the online program will be sent to all registrants twice on the day of the program.