Christine Arguello – 2014 Hall Inductee

The compelling life stories and achievements of Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame inductees have inspired and encouraged many individuals. The CWHF Board is always delighted to provide speakers to businesses, churches, professional organizations, non-profits, youth groups, schools, and clubs that are interested in the lives and times of these remarkable women.

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Nederland Mining Museum Speaker Series: Mounta...

Learn about mining and mountain women in the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame the evening of September 14, 7-8 pm at the Nederland Mining Museum, 200 N. Bridge St., Nederland CO. CWHF board member Alexis Anderten will share the stories of how Colorado women helped shape the mining scene in early Colorado history. Courtesy of Boulder County Parks & Open Space. This event is open to the public – no registration or cost....

200.North Bridge St.
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1:00 PM TO 4:00 PM

Women’s Equality Day

  Women’s Equality Day is Sunday, August 26th and the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame will be celebrating with a  portrait exhibit of Hall inductees who were suffragettes and activists and a lecture from 1-4 pm at the Center for Colorado Women’s History at the Byers-Evans museum in Denver.  Location: 1310 Bannock St, Denver at the Center for Colorado Women’s History at Byers-Evans House Above:  Ellis Meredith Ellis Meredith, an accomplished journalist who led Colorado’s suffrage movement, was widely known as the “Susan B. Anthony of Colorado.” She attended the Women’s Congress in Chicago in 1893, and she convinced Susan B. Anthony to send organizer Carrie Chapman Catt to Colorado, saying, “If Colorado goes for woman suffrage, you may count on a landslide in that direction throughout the West.”      ...

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