The Education of Ga-Hah-No – Caroline G. Parker, Tonawanda Seneca Wolf
Join us for an afternoon of fun virtual history with “The Lockwood Legacy: Belva Lockwood and the Fight for Equal Rights in America Speaker’s Programs!” Each virtual program begins at 2 pm via Zoom meeting.
2020 marks the 100th anniversary of women’s right to the franchise. More information will be provided and is subject to change, as our dedicated speakers get ready to educate and inspire with 6 free virtual programs on women’s rights, exemplifying their hard work and leadership during the 19th century.
Deborah Holler, historian, author, and educator, will present her findings and research on Caroline G. Parker (aka Ga-Hah-No), a powerful Native American woman of the time. Born on the Tonawanda Indian Reservation, Mrs. Parker was a woman of refinement, education, and culture. Through her knowledge and strength, she became a public figure, advocating for social, political, and cultural change.
There are three more virtual events coming up that you don’t want to miss. Nov. 19 – “African-American Women and the Suffrage Movement,” Dec. 8 – “The very Greatest Victory: New York Votes for Women,” and, Dec. 17 – “It Only Takes One Woman to Start a Revolution: Alice Stokes Paul and the American Suffrage Movement.”
Please call us at (716) 434-7433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on this event and others.