Often with history and historic preservation it can be all too easy for the places associated with a particular piece of our history to fall through the cracks. To a degree, that has been the case the case with the history of Maryland's women's suffrage movement, but today we're joined by historian Kacy Rohn, a native Marylander and the author of a recent historic context report focused on the stories of these women and the places that were important to their stories. Join us for a discussion on the fight for women's right to vote in the United States, and the power of place to help us remember that fight. This is PreserveCast.
For more information on Preservation Maryland's involvement in preserving the history of the Women's Suffrage movement, and on how you can support it, check out this link: (http://www.preservationmaryland.org/giving-tuesday-maryland-womens-suffrage-history-project/)