American Women and the Vote

American Women and the Vote

Wiki Education, in collaboration with the National Archives, is offering a virtual professional development course that trains individuals with a research interest in political science, women’s rights, history, and related fields to successfully contribute to Wikipedia.

Participants in this new course will learn how to improve Wikipedia’s coverage of the history of women’s voting rights in the United States in honor of an upcoming exhibit hosted at the National Archives Museum,  Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote.. Take an active role in ensuring that the world’s most popular reference source is more representative, accurate, and complete. Apply to be a part of this unique initiative today!

 

Welcome

Welcome to the new home of WMaRootsEvents on the web!  As we grow, we will be adding more genealogy resources and related discussions to hopefully help you on your own genealogy journey.  Genealogy classes are offered periodically here in Western Massachusetts, and there are frequent events and speakers on genealogical topics throughout the area and we’ll try to include as many of these as we can here on our website and in our monthly newsletter.  If you would like your class, lecture, meeting or event publicized here, please email us at wmarootsevents@gmail.com.  Before submitting your information, please review our submission guidelines.

We hope you will find WMaRootsEvents to be a valuable resource and that you’ll visit us often.  If you would like to contact us please visit our Facebook Page, or email us at wmarootsevents@gmail.com.