Celebrate the Century: Woman Suffrage in South Dakota

This past week I presented the South Dakota story of Woman Suffrage at three venues, all of them virtually. Hosting my talk, via the South Dakota Humanities Council Speaker’s Bureau, were:

  1. Siouxland Libraries of Sioux Falls (707 views),
  2. Dakota Wesleyan University (DWU) of Mitchell (104+ views),
  3. Rapid City Library (329+ views).

Some of the feedback I received:

“I found it engaging and well-planned out.”

“I thought you presented the material in an engaging way.”

“Your presentation was extremely well done, and I especially loved that you summarized “take-aways” after certain segments. I also really appreciated that you included Native American and Black voting rights history.”

Let me know what you think!

About Ruth Page Jones

I am an independent Historian, writing and speaking on topics about community, the Midwest, and Woman Suffrage. I created this account as a Graduate Student UW Milwaukee. I graduated in December of 2015.
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