Jamestown Gazette

Women’s Suffrage Comes Alive at the Fenton

2020 marks the 100-year anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to our U.S. Constitution which guaranteed women the right to vote. The Fenton History Center is commemorating this historic event with guided tours that bring to life the history of the Women’s Suffrage movement. The tour will be hosted by a costumed guide, and you will visit with some of the women who made suffrage possible in 1920! Women such as Elizabeth Fenton and her daughters, Josephine and Jeannette; Edith Anige; and Louisa Grandin will come to life, portrayed by costumed actors in the historic 1865 mansion.
Also on display through the summer of 2020 is the “Why Not New York; The Road to the Vote” exhibit, previously exhibited in 2017, the 100-year anniversary of New York State granting women the right to vote.

The interactive tours will be in led in smaller groups.
Register for one of three time slots.

March 28, 2020
Tour Times: 10 am, 12 pm, or 2 pm
Adults $10
Children 17 and Under $5

Fenton History Center
67 Washington St.
Jamestown NY 14701

Call 716-664-6256 to reserve your spot!

Tours will be held prior to this event specifically for Girl Scout Troops. If you are a troop leader please contact the Girl Scout of Western New York to make your reservations for that event.
This event is done in partnership with The Daughters of the American Revolution Jamestown Chapter

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