- “National Woman’s Rights Convention of 1850.”
- “Color Her Story”
- Eliza Betsey Bowen Jumel (1775 or 1769-1865)
- “Rags to Riches to Traitors: The Story of Madame Jumel”
“An Interview with the Ghost of Madame Jumel”
“Music, dance, composers as it relates to Madam Jumel’s life”
- Newspaper in Education: “Notable Women of Worcester County”
- To mark National Women's History Month, the Telegram & Gazette Newspaper in Education program in collaboration with the Worcester Women's History Project presented a series of portraits of notable women.
- “Yours for Humanity—Abby”
- Teacher resources and. a timeline paralleling national events during the life of Abby Kelley Foster will help audiences better understand America during the mid 19th century and Abby’s goals. Pre and post lessons are available in PDF format to help students better understand the issues raised by this play set in 1854. These include primary source documents and critical thinking activities with a Massachusetts History and Social Science Frameworks Menu for grades five through high school. The entire off-line curriculum packet is provided to each booking school or may be obtained from WWHP for $10.
- “Angels & Infidels” Curriculum
- Pre and post curricular materials designed to support this dramatic presentation of the first National Woman’s Rights Convention by Louisa Burns-Bisogno features related convention materials, an 1850 railway map, an 1851 map of Worcester’s Main Street, biographical information on several hard-to-find personalities who attended this historic event in 1850: Sarah H. Earle, Rev. John B. Forman, and Abby Hills Price, and lesson ideas for the portraits at Mechanics Hall.
- United States Trek: September 2000 - May 2001
- Join our roving historians visiting historic sites and people across the US.
- “Making the World Better” Curriculum
- The centerpiece of the project is a new work of public art, permanently installed in the State House in October 1999, that honors six women who made significant contributions to public life in Massachusetts.
Activities & Exhibits
- We’re still hanging around - Can you find us?
- This on-going project encourages citizens to share information about women whose portraits are hanging in buildings around Worcester County.