This program series looks at Miami’s history, from early settlers to its current evolution into a global city. Discussion points will include immigration, civil rights, gentrification, and other topics that help tell the story of the Magic City.
Wondrous Women of Miami Coach Tour
Free with Registration
Meet at HistoryMiami Museum South Building, 101 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida 33130
Celebrate Women’s History Month and the YWCA of Greater Miami-Dade’s Centennial on a tour with the YWCA’s Kerry –Ann Royes and HistoryMiami Museum’s Resident Historian, Dr. Paul George. Reflect upon the lives of women who have shaped Miami, including early pioneers Julia Tuttle, Mariah Brown, and Flora McFarlane. Learn how Mary Glenn Jackson led the effort to establish the local chapter of the YWCA in 1919, giving voice to the women and families of this community.
Ticket includes complimentary pass to HistoryMiami Museum.
About Resident Historian, Dr. Paul S. George
For over three decades, HistoryMiami Museum’s Resident Historian Dr. Paul George has toured his way to local, national, and international acclaim with his continuing series of historic tours. As a South Florida native, author, and former college professor, Dr. George has gained fame for his uncanny ability to recall the most impressive details about the people and places that make South Florida so unique.
Presented with the support of the Marcia J. Kanner Memorial Fund
YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. To learn more about the YWCA of Greater Miami-Dade, please visit their website.