From 2019-2020, #SuffrageSisters and #SuffraGents will celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote at events and programs across your state!
Let us know about other #WomensVote100 centennial activities happening in your state, and we’ll spread the word! Email your plans to firstname.lastname@example.org.
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
March 3, 2018: Unveiling of the “Suffrage Motorcade” Highway Marker, public event in Hyattsville, MD. Hosted by the Maryland Historical Trust and the Maryland State Highway Administration.
January 15-October 11, 2019: Women's Right to Vote: 100th Anniversary Celebration Creative Contest, a contest by the Maryland 19th Amendment Commission. Find more information on the contest’s Flyer and Guidelines page.
March 28, 2019, 6-8pm (ET): Book Talk with Elaine Weiss, author of The Woman’s Hour, ticketed event at the Maryland Historical Society. Presented by the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center and the Maryland Historical Society.
May 4, 2019, 11am (ET): Unveiling of the "Just Government League" Highway Marker, public event at the Carroll Lutheran Village. Hosted by the Maryland 19th Amendment Commission and the City of Westminster.
June 22, 2019 1:15-2:15pm (ET): Husbands and Wives Who Worked Together during the Women’s Suffrage Movement, a general session during the Historical Fiction Readers Festival at the Gaylord Convention Center in Oxon Hill, MD.
August-September 2019: Pop-up versions of the National Archives exhibit Rightfully Hers will be distributed to 90 venues across the Maryland—including schools, libraries, museums, and community sites—to be displayed for the centennial.
Interactive Map of Women’s Suffrage Sites in Maryland, Maryland Historical Trust
Maryland and the 19th Amendment, National Park Service
Maryland and the 19th Amendment: Marching Towards Women Suffrage, Maryland State Archives
Maryland Women’s Fight for the Vote — A Story Map, Maryland Historical Trust
Suffragists in Maryland, Turning Point Suffragist Memorial
Woman Suffrage in Maryland Digital Collection, Enoch Pratt Free Library
Women’s Suffrage Project, Preservation Maryland in partnership with Maryland Historical Trust