(Her)Story: Founders, Leaders, and Visionaries

OPENING FRIDAY, AUG. 21, 2020

In celebration of women’s history and the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the Clark County Historical Museum is opening “(Her)Story: Founders, Leaders, and Visionaries,” an exhibit exploring the significant impact women have made on Clark County history.

From time immemorial, women have played a major role in the building and growth of communities in Clark County and Southwest Washington. Today, many women in all facets of our community carry this legacy forward. To examine yesterday and today, we will explore the following: Native American Nations, Hudson’s Bay Company, Vancouver Barracks, early and continuing communities, community organizations, legislative movements, and much more.

For $50, you can become a “Yellow Rose” sponsor for this exhibit. Please visit
cchmuseum.ejoinme.org/yellow-rose for more information.

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