Storyteller Series: Women's Suffrage After 1909

By Johnson County Historical Society | | 9.24.20

The Voices from the Past Storyteller Series presents: “Motors and Mass Rallies: Expanding the Movement After 1909” by Dr. Anita Morgan.

People of all ages are invited to hear about how new techniques helped expand the women’s suffrage movement after 1909. 

Dr. Morgan is a Senior Lecturer of History at IUPUI. This event is free and open to the public and is co-sponsored by the Johnson County Public Library. Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, attendance is capped at 30, so please call the museum or email Michelle Cataldi at to reserve your spot. “This program is presented in partnership of the Indiana Women’s Suffrage Centennial with the support from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. and Hillenbrand Industries.”

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About The Johnson County Historical Society

The Johnson County Historical Society is a non-profit, educational institution, whose purpose is to collect, preserve, interpret and promote the material culture of this region. The Society, with a professional staff, manages a museum facility and genealogy collection. The Johnson County Museum is located at 135 North Main Street in downtown Franklin, Indiana. The museum and genealogy library are open year-round 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Tuesday thru Friday and 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM on Saturdays. Admission is free.