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A Woman's Place

Presented by Knott House Museum and Museum of Florida History at Online/Virtual Space

Sep 27 2020
A Woman's Place

A virtual program explores how women reformed the nation before the 19th Amendment. Dr. Jen Koslow from FSU and Educator Holly Kilgore discuss women at the turn of the 20th century. Public discussion invited in the comment section from 3-4 p.m.

A Woman’s Place explores how women reformed the nation and navigated progress before the Nineteenth Amendment. This virtual program discusses women during the Progressive Era–before the vote. Public historian Dr. Jen Koslow and Knott House Museum Educator Holly Kilgore discuss local and national trends from 1890–1920. Questions and comments are welcomed during the premier and both participants will be on hand to "chat" with the public. No need to register. At 3 p.m., go to 

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Free event. No tickets required. No need for pre-registration.  Go to www.facebook.com/knotthousemuseum/.  Press play on the video posted at 3 p.m.

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No need for pre-registration. Go to www.facebook.com/knotthousemuseum/.  Press play on the video posted at 3 p.m. Discussion takes place during the video's premier until 4 p.m. Pause the video and type remarks into the comment section of the post. Presenters will monitor and respond.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

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