When: Sat., Aug. 20 and Sun., Aug. 21 2016
Although Indiana granted presidential suffrage to women in 1917, three years before the passing of the 19th Amendment, the “fairer sex” still had a long way to go toward equality. In celebration of the women who fought to gain suffrage 96 years ago, join the citizens of 1836 Prairietown and 1863 Dupont, Ind., as they are visited by suffragettes. Should women have the same rights as men? Should they have a vote? Join the debate.
Price: Included with GA