Fabric of America, Part 3: Natural Women

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Fabric of America, Part 3: Natural Women

Fabric of America Series, Part 3: Natural Women: Nature, Maternity, and Liberty after the Revolution

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Barns of Rose Hill 95 Chalmers Court Berryville, VA 22611

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  • 2 hours
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Join Colorado State University’s Dr. Ann Little will examine women’s identity around the turn of the 19th century. Did the shape and silhouette of clothes impact their experiences? How did ideas of nature inspire these women? Women during this period were touring natural wonders and writing about their beauty and being inspired by nature. But during this time, they were also considered natural resources for a nation that was eager to populate the continent with white American families. How was their American identity formed and reimagined by the inner and outer societal forces? CCHA covers the Eventbrite fees.

Sponsored by FNB Bank

There will be a companion exhibit on display at CCHA.

This event can be subject to change due to COVID.