Women’s History Month Program: Revolutionary Women: Abigail Adams, Mercy Otis Warren, and Judith Sargent Murray

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A program sponsored by the Abigail Adams Historical Society
in honor of
Women’s History Month

DATE:  March 27, 2014
TIME:  7-8:30 PM
PLACE:  Council Chambers, Weymouth Town Hall
75 Middle Street, Weymouth
COST:  $15 per person/ $10 for members

  • Nancy Rubin Stuart, Board member of Women Writing Women’s Lives at the City University of New York, will speak about Mercy Otis Warren. Ms. Stuart is the author of Muse of the Revolution:  The Secret Pen of Mercy Otis Warren and the Founding of a Natio
  • Bonnie Hurd Smith, the CEO of History Smiths and consultant for the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail, will speak about Judith Sargent Murray. Ms. Smith is the author of The Letters I Left Behind and other books about the correspondence of Judith Sargent Murray.
  • Sara Georgini, Assistant Editor of the Adams Papers at the MassachusettsHistorical Society will speak about Abigail Adams’ life and relationship to the other women
  • Moderator: Michelle Marchetti Coughlin, AAHS board member Ms. Coughlin is the author of One Colonial Woman’s World: The Life and Writings of Mehetabel Chandler Coit.

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