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March 2020

The Texas Suffrage Movement and Changes in Citizenship & Voting Rights

March 7 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Fort Worth Library, 500 W. Third St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102-7305 United States
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In honor of Women’s History Month and the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment, please join us for a talk on the women’s suffrage movement in Texas. Dr. Rachel M. Gunter will share her expertise on the route to ratification of the amendment in Texas in 1919 and national acceptance in 1920. The story of women’s suffrage does not end there, however! Changes in women’s right to participate in primaries and elections impacted other groups before and after 1920 including immigrants,…

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April 2020

**POSTPONED** Extended Education Course (and Tour!) – Wall Street of the West: How Fort Worth Became the Livestock Center of the Southwest

April 23 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Tucker Technology Center, 2840 W Bowie St
Fort Worth, TX 76129 United States
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Quentin McGown returns for a spring extended education class! Through a two hour lecture and accompanying six hour bus tour, the class will explore the roots of the livestock industry in Fort Worth along with some of the places and personalities associated with the rise and eventual decline of the massive local market that came to define the city for much of its history. Lunch included. Course meets Thursday, April 23rd, from 6:30pm - 9pm in Tucker Technology Center. The…

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September 2020

Food as Cultural Identity: European, African and Indigenous Foods and Crops in America

September 12 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Register today to join us for our first VIRTUAL Community History Workshop program on ZOOM: Food as Cultural Identity: European, African, and Indigenous Foods and Crops in America with Dr. Peter Martínez! In honor of Hispanic American Heritage Month, Dr. Martínez’s will discuss how crops and foods in the Pre-Columbian Americas impacted European and Asian countries through the Columbian Exchange beginning in the sixteenth century. You will hear how Europeans and Mexican elites viewed indigenous American foods and learn how…

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