Posted by: wadahp | March 3, 2010

Great Moments in Northwest Women's History

1848: Women’s Rights Convention at Seneca Falls
1871: Susan B. Anthony visits Washington Territory
1910: Washington women win the right to vote
1912: Oregon women win the right to vote
1920: Passage of the 19th Amendment guarantees all American women the right to vote
1977: International Women’s Year Conference at Ellensburg

 Be part of the next great moment in women’s history!

 Share your research and experience at “Game Changers and History Makers: Women in the Pacific Northwest,” the 63rd Pacific Northwest History Conference, November 3-5. This special gathering commemorates the centennial of Washington women’s suffrage and will feature nationally known speakers and compelling stories, all at Spokane’s historic Davenport Hotel. Proposals are encouraged for any topic on the theme of women in the Pacific Northwest. The anniversary of this momentous development in Washington history offers opportunities to consider women’s influence in the Pacific Northwest in a variety of arenas.

Presentation proposals now being accepted!

Complete details at www.washingtonhistory.org/heritageServices/conferences.aspx.

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