This illustrated program introduces some of the resilient women of Vermont’s southern Lake Champlain Valley during the American Revolution, and provides national context. How did the war interrupt their lives? What were their contributions leading to settlement and as founders of their new towns and the new nation? Speakers are site administrator Elsa Gilbertson and site interpreter Paul Andriscin. An event delayed from 2020--in honor of the 101st anniversary of the 19th amendment. Part of a project funded by the Lake Champlain Heritage Partnership and Lake Champlain Basin Program. Please call ahead, 802-948-2000, to reserve your place. Included in regular admission.