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Kansas City Women of Independent Minds

Tue, Mar 12 2024
7:00pm - 8:00pm
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For adults

 

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David W. Jackson
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Meet women who were integral to Kansas City and Jackson County including Mme. Chouteau, Loula Long Combs, Lucile Bluford, and Mattie Rhodes. Follow local historian David W. Jackson on a journey through time from the early 1800s to present and discover Kansas City’s "herstory."

 

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