"From Bardstown to Broadway: The Road to Votes for Women" YouTube videos (see URL for playlist of all the videos) by Looking for Lilith Theatre Co. in Louisville, Kentucky.The series includes the following:
In 1792, the U.S. Congress authorized the creation of the consular service. Consuls were appointed to cities and towns all over the world in order to serve the interests of Americans who passed through those places. They were uniquely situated to comment on and involve themselves in the commercial, legal, political, and personal affairs of Americans living or traveling abroad. Consolation Prize is a podcast dedicated to telling the stories of these consuls, and connecting their stories to the wider world in which they lived.
"In this spledind book on the growth of tourism, the reader travels with Gordon to key sites of memory in twentieth-century France. Drawing on French and German archivesw, Parisian police records, contemporary guid books, films, diaries, and interviews, Gordon displays a sazzling command of European history, tourism, and memory studies." Elizabeeth Campbell, author of Defending National Treasures: French Art and Heritage under Vichy
"Sew What?" is a podcast about historic needlework and the gals who stitched it, hosted by historic needlework expert. Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. New episodes out every Thursday.
History Summit is a virtual book festival where you can meet your favorite authors, learn about their work, and participate in live question and answer sessions. Tune in on April 25, 2020, to join us! Please visit the site to see the list of these outstanding historians!
The Great Circle is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year by the Australian Association for Maritime History. For more than 40 years The Great Circle has expanded the concept of what maritime history is about.
The Venice Museum & Archives shares the unique story of its community by collecting, preserving and interpreting its historical collections and City of Venice archives. The geographic area represented in the collections includes Venice, Laurel, Nokomis, and Osprey in south Sarasota County, Florida. The 30,000+ items span a time period of approximately 1867 to the present; however, Venice Florida’s rich prehistory is represented in a paleontological collection dating from approximately 20 million years ago to 10,000 years ago, during the last ice age.
Title: Bitter Harvest: Laura Clay's Suffrage Work.
Publication: Lexington, Ky.: Bur Press, 1946. Available online courtesy of the Lexington Public Library.
This limited edition biography of Laura Clay (1849-1941) focuses on her work with the women's suffrage movement. Sophonisba P. Breckinridge wrote an introduction for it. The book, third in the Kentucky Monograph Series, also contains some images of the Clay family.
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