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During the month of November, the National Women’s Hall of Fame is excited to present Interwoven Stories. It will be exploring the connections and relationships between various people, cultures and traditions that make our nation unique.

As the National Women’s Hall of Fame positions itself to host Induction weekend in 2022, it will be creating programming that focuses on themes that tie to the work and priorities of its 2021 inductee. Through a comprehensive series of panels, workshops, social media campaigns, and events, it will explore a wide range of topics relevant to its work to highlight the accomplishments of great American women.



WHEN: Thursday, November 4th, 4pm ET 

WHERE: Register for the Zoom event, here. 

COST: Suggested donation of $10

EVENT DESCRIPTION: Did you know that Hodinohso:ni’ women had selected their chiefs for centuries before American women won the right to vote? 

Join us and learn about this and more as we take a virtual tour of the Gonandagan State Historic Site’s women’s exhibit. 



WHEN: Thursday, November 11th, 7pm ET 

WHERE: Register for the Zoom event, here

COST: Suggested donation of $10

EVENT DESCRIPTION: Join us as we learn about the relationship between 1973 Inductee, Harriet Tubman and 2021 Inductee, Emily Howland. 

In 2019, a photograph of a young Harriet Tubman was uncovered in a photo album originally owned by Emily Howland. During this panel, experts from the National Portrait Gallery and Library of Congress will explain the discovery, research, and preservation of the Tubman photograph. As well as discuss Tubman and Howland more broadly, and their relationship. 

Panelists include: 

– Moderator: Kim Sajet, Director, National Portrait Gallery

– Ashleigh Coren, Women’s History Content and Interpretation Curator, National Portrait Gallery

– Helena Zinkham, Director for Collections & Services and Chief of the Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress

– Marilyn Post, Research Specialist, Howland Stone Store Museum



WHEN: Friday, November 5th, 11am-7pm 

WHERE: The National Women’s Hall of Fame, 1 Canal St., Seneca Falls, NY 13148

COST: Free! 

EVENT DESCRIPTION: Come to the National Women’s Hall of fame and show us what you are grateful for this year! We will be offering free admission and hosting collage making workshops all day long for children and families. Once your masterpiece is completed, we’ll laminate it for you to take home, or you can leave it with us to live in the National Women’s Hall of Fame galleries through the end of November.

No need to bring supplies, we’ll have everything you need! Just come ready to express your gratitude during this season of giving.

Media requests can be sent to Natalie Rudd, Learning & Engagement Manager, at

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