Rural women remain hidden from view in local historical societies.
Perhaps organizations like the RWSA should look to the public history field for guidance [on how to] overcome the town-gown barriers.
Putting Women in a Man’s World: Making a Conscious Effort to Include Women in Museum Exhibits Leah Tookey, New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum History museums are created to tell a certain story about a place, a time, a people, or a way of life. How we tell that story determines whether or not we … Continue reading Putting Women in a Man’s World: Making a Conscious Effort to Include Women in Museum Exhibits
The quilting bee continued to be a mainstay in many Canadian communities during WWI.