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Havre de Grace women's suffrage parade | PHOTOS

Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, left, and Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin officially unveil the a new marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. The pair along with a group of others participated in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021.
(Matt Button / The Aegis)

Havre de Grace women's suffrage parade | PHOTOS

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The city of Havre de Grace celebrated women’s suffrage with a week of events ending with the Women's Suffrage Parade Saturday, March 27, 2021, and the dedication of the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
(Matt Button)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, left, and Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin officially unveil the a new marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. The pair along with a group of others participated in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021.
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, left, and Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin officially unveil the a new marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. The pair along with a group of others participated in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Paula Casagrande of Havre de Grace holds her sign proud as she and others participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Paula Casagrande of Havre de Grace holds her sign proud as she and others participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A decendant of Elizabeth Forbes carries a photo of the Harford County Sufferagist as they lead the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group marched to Tydings Park where they dedicated a new plaque in honor of Elizabeth Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A decendant of Elizabeth Forbes carries a photo of the Harford County Sufferagist as they lead the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group marched to Tydings Park where they dedicated a new plaque in honor of Elizabeth Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Christina McIntyre, left, LuAnne Miller, center, and Andy McIntyre, right, have a little fun as they and others participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Christina McIntyre, left, LuAnne Miller, center, and Andy McIntyre, right, have a little fun as they and others participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, carry a variety of voting rights signs as they participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021.
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, carry a variety of voting rights signs as they participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A woman holds her signs as she stands and listens to one of the speakers at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 during the crermony to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail. The marker is dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A woman holds her signs as she stands and listens to one of the speakers at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 during the crermony to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail. The marker is dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, listen to one of the speakers at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 during the crermony to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail. The marker is dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, listen to one of the speakers at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 during the crermony to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail. The marker is dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade in Havre de Grace ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade in Havre de Grace ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Helen Cayer of Havre de Grace talks with a few friends before the ceremony begins at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The crermony was held to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Helen Cayer of Havre de Grace talks with a few friends before the ceremony begins at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The crermony was held to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, left, and Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin officially unveil the a new marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. The pair along with a group of others participated in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021.
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, left, and Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin officially unveil the a new marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. The pair along with a group of others participated in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
After leading the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue, Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, stands at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 telling the story of her discovery of Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. Rosenkrans and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes as part of the day's event.
After leading the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue, Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, stands at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 telling the story of her discovery of Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. Rosenkrans and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes as part of the day's event. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, left, and Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin are joined by decendants of Elizabeth Forbes after officially unveiling the a new marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. The group of others participated in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021.
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, left, and Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin are joined by decendants of Elizabeth Forbes after officially unveiling the a new marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. The group of others participated in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin welcomes the group of people, some dressed as suffragists, as they arrive after participating in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. Martin and others dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin welcomes the group of people, some dressed as suffragists, as they arrive after participating in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. Martin and others dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Command Sergeant Major Kristie L. Brady, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland talks with a few others as they wait for the ceremony to begin at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The crermony was held to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Command Sergeant Major Kristie L. Brady, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland talks with a few others as they wait for the ceremony to begin at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The crermony was held to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, third from, left, and Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin,third from right, are joined by decendants of Elizabeth Forbes after officially unveiling the a new marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. The group of others participated in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021.
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, third from, left, and Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin,third from right, are joined by decendants of Elizabeth Forbes after officially unveiling the a new marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. The group of others participated in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Diana Bailey, Executive Director of the Maryland Women's Heritage Center, welcomes the group of people, some dressed as suffragists, after participating in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. Bodnar and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Diana Bailey, Executive Director of the Maryland Women's Heritage Center, welcomes the group of people, some dressed as suffragists, after participating in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. Bodnar and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Crystal Hudson, left, dressed as suffragist, and her mom Jane Hudson listen to one of the speakers at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 during the crermony to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail. The marker is dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Crystal Hudson, left, dressed as suffragist, and her mom Jane Hudson listen to one of the speakers at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 during the crermony to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail. The marker is dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade in Havre de Grace ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade in Havre de Grace ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Members of the Harford County Republican Women, some dressed as suffragists, pose for a few photos before the ceremony begins at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The crermony was held to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Members of the Harford County Republican Women, some dressed as suffragists, pose for a few photos before the ceremony begins at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The crermony was held to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, listen to one of the speakers at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 during the crermony to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail. The marker is dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, listen to one of the speakers at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 during the crermony to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail. The marker is dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, right, and decendants of Elizabeth Forbes lead the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group marched to Tydings Park where they dedicated a new plaque in honor of Elizabeth Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, right, and decendants of Elizabeth Forbes lead the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group marched to Tydings Park where they dedicated a new plaque in honor of Elizabeth Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Steve Bodnar, representing the William G. Pomroy Foundation, welcomes the group of people, some dressed as suffragists, after participating in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. Bodnar and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Steve Bodnar, representing the William G. Pomroy Foundation, welcomes the group of people, some dressed as suffragists, after participating in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. Bodnar and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
After leading the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue, Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, stands at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 telling the story of her discovery of Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. Rosenkrans and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes as part of the day's event.
After leading the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue, Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, stands at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 telling the story of her discovery of Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. Rosenkrans and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes as part of the day's event. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021.
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, left, and Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin are joined by decendants of Elizabeth Forbes after officially unveiling the a new marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. The group of others participated in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021.
Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, left, and Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin are joined by decendants of Elizabeth Forbes after officially unveiling the a new marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. The group of others participated in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Maria Johnson Darby, President Maryland Women's Heritage Center, welcomes the group of people, some dressed as suffragists, after participating in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. Bodnar and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Maria Johnson Darby, President Maryland Women's Heritage Center, welcomes the group of people, some dressed as suffragists, after participating in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. Bodnar and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, a Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Camay Calloway Murphy of Havre de Grace talks with a few friends before the ceremony begins at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The crermony was held to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Camay Calloway Murphy of Havre de Grace talks with a few friends before the ceremony begins at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The crermony was held to dedicate the newest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
After leading the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue, Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, stands at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 telling the story of her discovery of Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. Rosenkrans and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes as part of the day's event.
After leading the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue, Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, stands at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 telling the story of her discovery of Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. Rosenkrans and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes as part of the day's event. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
A group of people, some dressed as suffragists, participate in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue ending at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. The group dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
After leading the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue, Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, stands at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 telling the story of her discovery of Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. Rosenkrans and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes as part of the day's event.
After leading the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue, Havre de Grace native Amy Rosenkrans Ph.D, stands at the gazebo in Tydings Park in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021 telling the story of her discovery of Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. Rosenkrans and others dedicated the latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Forbes as part of the day's event. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
Havre de Grace Women's Suffarge parade
Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin welcomes the group of people, some dressed as suffragists, as they arrive after participating in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. Martin and others dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915.
Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin welcomes the group of people, some dressed as suffragists, as they arrive after participating in the Women's Suffrage parade down Union Avenue in Havre de Grace Saturday, March 27, 2021. Martin and others dedicated the state of Maryland’s latest marker on the National Votes For Women Trail dedicated to Elizabeth Forbes, Harford County Suffragist who organized a Prairie Schooner Women’s Suffrage Campaign Stop in Havre de Grace in 1915. (Matt Button / The Aegis)
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