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Pioneer Museum to host Women’s History Day

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 19th, 2013


Anna Miller is dressed as Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of the sixteenth President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln and First Lady of the United States from 1861 to 1865, pictured. Gean Glazier portrays the part of Harriet Livingston, painter and wife of steamboat inventor Robert Fulton. The Pioneer Museum will hold a day of women’s history education and fun on Saturday, March 9. Photos by Hayley Thomas.


PASO ROBLES — Many great women have changed the world, and about 14 of their look-alikes will be on-hand at The Pioneer Museum on Saturday, March 9 from 1 to 4 p.m.

With local women dressed in period-accurate costumes, the past will spring to life during the museum’s free Women’s History Day event.

“[These women] will tell about themselves and their lives. A few women will also be demonstrating interesting jobs or clothing of their time period. Some women are portraying local women from Paso Robles history, while others are portraying famous women from American history,” organizers said.

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