Hands-On History Workshop
Suffragists, Teetotalers, and Abolitionists: Social Reform in the Nineteenth Century
Are you curious about history? Do you want to delve deeper into a topic by discussing it with an expert? Would you like to examine the AAS collections firsthand? Then come join us for a new series of hands-on history workshops.
In this workshop, participants will learn about the wide array of social reform movements that were so integral to nineteenth-century society with a special focus on temperance, abolition, and women’s rights.
More information and registration for the Hands-On History workshop on Saturday, March 29.