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April 15, 2021

City of Havre de Grace Dedicated Suffrage Marker on NVWT

Image credit: Pat Venturino-Venture Photos A significant moment in Harford County Women’s Suffrage history was recognized on March 27, 2021, at 1:00 P.M. Havre de Grace dedicated and unveiled the state of…
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April 8, 2021


Paulsdale, a National Historic Landmark in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey since 1992, was the birthplace and family home of women’s rights activist Alice Stokes Paul (1885-1977). Built c. 1800, the…
March 25, 2021

Opinion piece co-written by NCWHS President Marsha Weinstein

Losing ground: Pandemic deals setbacks in women's fight for economic equity and justice
March 22, 2021

Women’s History is Everywhere and Essential!

This is a blog post from the Frances Willard House website. Author Lori Osborne, Executive Director, Center for Women's History and Leadership, is also a member of the NCWHS Board.  https://franceswillardhouse.org/womens-history-is-everywhere-and-essential/
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March 22, 2021

Skinner Marker in Dunedin Dedicated – First Marker in State of Florida

On Friday, March 5, a National Votes for Women Trail Pomeroy marker was dedicated in Dunedin, Florida, the first in the state. The marker honors Elizabeth Skinner. In attendance were…
March 18, 2021

Research & Interpretation Committee Unveils Blog With First Post

The Research & Interpretation Committee of the National Collaborative for Women's History Sites has posted their inaugural blog post! You can learn more about the RIC under our Resources tab…
February 24, 2021

NCWHS Women’s History Month Virtual Event!

YOU’RE INVITED to a NCWHS  Women’s History Month Virtual Event March 17: 7-8:30 pm EST About: Join The National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites for an exciting two-part virtual event!…
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February 22, 2021

Patagonia, AZ installs Pomeroy Marker at 1914 Grammar School

A brief ceremony to celebrate the installation of the Pomeroy marker at the Patagonia Museum in Patagonia, AZ, was to take place along with their annual meeting on Saturday, January 23,…
February 9, 2021

Two New National Historic Landmarks Recognize Women in US History

Two new National Historic Landmarks now exist due to the work of the National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites. The Klagetoh Chapter House and the work of Annie Wauneka of…
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January 20, 2021

NVWT Pomeroy marker installed in Mount Pleasant, IA for Belle Babb Mansfield

On November 12, a Pomeroy marker honoring Belle Babb Mansfield was unveiled on the campus of Iowa Wesleyan University in Mount Pleasant, IA, as part of their annual Belle Babb…
January 16, 2021

Remember the Ladies: Marking the Places where Huntsville Women Made History

On the centennial anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment, the Historic Huntsville Foundation, the Twickenham Town Chapter of the DAR, and the Councill High School Alumni Association are…
January 11, 2021

City of Havre de Grace to Receive Suffrage Marker on the NVWT

January 1, 2021

Nonprofit reaches its goal of documenting  2020 sites of importance to the women’s suffrage movement on a searchable mobile-friendly database by the end of 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JANUARY 1, 2021 Nonprofit reaches its goal of documenting  2020 sites of importance to the women’s suffrage movement on a searchable mobile-friendly database by the end of…
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January 1, 2021

NVWT marker installed for Lucy Clark in Farmington, UT

Utah installed a Pomeroy marker for Lucy Clark in Farmington in early November with the hope that they would be able to at least have a small public unveiling. Unfortunately,…
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December 10, 2020

Hannah Patterson Marker Dedicated in Chambersburg, PA

On November 5, Hannah Patterson was honored with a Pomeroy Marker at Wilson College in Chambersburg, PA.    
December 10, 2020

Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission Final Report is Released

The WSCC has submitted its final report and it is available for viewing. NCWHS is profiled in the report. You can find references to us on page 55 under Suffrage Month Webinars…