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This July, the Chautauqua living history series goes virtual as Maryland Humanities raises the voices of four notable women who took action to secure their right to vote.
Join us as Mary Ann Jung brings Margaret Brent (1601–1671) to life. A British noblewoman who resided in St. Mary’s County in Colonial Maryland, in 1648, she became the first woman in Colonial America to request to vote.
1:00 PM: Performance
2:00 PM: Q&A with Mary Ann Jung and Maryland Humanities Staff
The performance is free. It will be available starting July 6 and must be removed after July 12. Please register in advance at the tickets link: you'll be entered to win fun prizes!
Presented by Maryland Humanities.