Women’s History on the Jefferson Highway

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WOMEN’S HISTORY ON THE JEFFERSON HIGHWAY
This episode of Big Blend Radio’s “Jefferson Highway” Show focuses on women’s history in Shreveport, Louisiana; Mason City, Iowa; and Muskogee, Oklahoma.

 

 

FEATURED GUESTS

– ROGER BELL – Historian and President of the Jefferson Highway Association shares the story of Ada Kimbell from Shreveport, Louisiana.

– JONITA MULLINS – Historian, speaker, and author of “The Jefferson Highway in Oklahoma,” talks about Alice Robertson from Muskogee, Oklahoma.
More: https://jonitamullins.weebly.com/

– PAT SCHULTZ – Educator and author of “Amazing Women of Early Mason City,” talks about Carrie Lane Chapman Catt who lived Charles City which is near Mason City, Iowa.
More: https://wrightonthepark.org/product/amazing-women-of-early-mason-city-book/

 

Created by the Jefferson Highway Association which was originally founded in 1915, the Jefferson Highway is an international highway, also known as “The Pines to the Palms Highway,” that runs from Winnipeg, Canada to New Orleans, Louisiana. Learn more at: https://jeffersonhighway.org/

 

 

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