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Hoosier Women at Work for Suffrage and Citizenship Mini-Con

Hosted by Indiana Historical Bureau

Learn about the work of Indiana suffragist Grace Julian Clarke, how to access her newly digitized scrapbooks at the Indiana State Library, and about other women’s history resources available in the Hoosier State.

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December 8
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST

Free

Event Details

Since the celebrations surrounding the 2020 suffrage centennial, Indiana historians have uncovered new stories about women’s suffrage and citizenship work and honed their women’s history research skills. Additionally, institutions have made more resources available for researchers. Notably, the Indiana State Library has digitized eight scrapbooks created by leading Indiana suffragist Grace Julian Clarke, a treasure trove of newly accessible material relevant to many areas of women’s history.

Hear from a panel of five historians and scholars on the significance of Grace Julian Clarke, how to use the scrapbooks, and women’s history resources accessible around Indiana, as well as the state of the Indiana suffrage research and work remaining to be accomplished. Attendees are encouraged to share other Indiana history resources and updates during an open forum discussion.

To register for this virtual event, click on the RSVP link above.

For more information contact Jill Weiss at the Indiana Historical Bureau: jweiss@library.in.gov.

This program received support from an Indiana Humanities Action Grant.