Posted by: Nic Butler, Ph.D. | 14 March 2013

Women’s Rights in Early South Carolina

March is Women’s History Month, so now is the perfect time to address some important issues from our state’s early history. Most all of us today would find it very difficult to accept their situation, but the traditions of law and family dictated the rights of women in the eighteenth century, and constrained the lives and liberties of daughters, wives, and mothers in early South Carolina. Join historian Dr. Nic Butler for an exploration of the realities and myths of this subject.

“Women’s Rights in Early South Carolina”

Date: Wednesday, March 20th 2013 at 6 p.m.

Place: Charleston County Public Library, 68 Calhoun Street, 2nd Floor Classroom

For more information, please contact Nic Butler at 843-805-6968, or at butlern[at]ccpl.org.

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