There are many women who played a key role in Salem’s history and the historic sites we know and love today. One of them is Susanna Ingersoll. Learn about her role in saving the House of the Seven Gables as well as the other strong women who played their part in its history. Details are per Facebook.
“Susanna Ingersoll was a keen real estate maven when few business opportunities were available to women. Caroline Emmerton is credited with saving The House of the Seven Gables and providing important educational opportunities to Salem residents. Join Robin Woodman of Harvard University to learn about these strong women of our historic site.
$10, Free for Gables’ members. Enterprising Women: The 19th Amendment to the Constitution guarantees and protects a woman’s right to vote. To honor the 100th anniversary of this historic milestone, The House of the Seven Gables will celebrate the enterprising spirit of women and their continuing impact with a year of special events.”
This event takes place on August 26, 2020 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm at the House of the Seven Gables, 115 Derby St. Salem, MA 01970. Enjoy!! <3
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