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Ten Toes Suffragette Walk with Special Guest Guide Doug Schneider

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Friday, June 19 - Ten Toes Suffragette Walk with Special Guest Guide Doug Schneider

The first organization dedicated to women’s suffrage was founded here in St. Louis in 1867.  It was a St. Louisan who made the Supreme Court determine if the 14th Amendment gave voting rights to women.   In 1916, St. Louisans held a walkless talkless parade during the Democratic National Convention.  St. Louis has hosted national woman’s suffrage meetings.  The League of Women Voters was formed in St. Louis.  This will be a 2.3 mile walk in downtown St. Louis where we will visit 19th-Century and 20th-Century sites that played a role in getting voting rights for women in Missouri.  The start point is the steps of the Old Courthouse on N. Broadway, between Market and Chestnut.  These are the steps facing Kiener Plaza.

Walk will be between 10am and 12pm. Lunch after is optional for those that would like to stay downtown.

Registration required. Register online at https://tentoes.cmt-stl.org/special-walks/

When: Thursday, June 19, 2020

Meeting time: 9:00 a.m.

Where to meet CMT:  North Hanley MetroLink Station

Length of Walk:  2-3 miles

Walk Capacity: 10 People

When
June 19th, 2020 9:00 AM   through   1:00 PM
Location
North Hanley MetroLink Station
Carsonville, MO 63121
United States

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