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LIMITED TIME ARTIFACTS ON VIEW: December 16-January 3
Road to the Vote Artifact Tour at El Pueblo History Museum
The Road to the Vote Artifact Tour Across Colorado features a pop-up display of artifacts and information commemorating women's suffrage in Colorado. In 1893, Colorado made history by becoming the first state to outlaw, via state referendum, denying citizens the right to vote on the basis of sex. Road to the Vote features an original ballot box from 1884 and a reproduction of one of the ballots used in the historic 1893 election, along with information about the local and state-wide results of the women's suffrage campaign.
El Pueblo History Museum showcases the region’s many cultural and ethnic groups through innovative exhibits including the Borderlands of Southern Colorado and the award-winning Children of Ludlow. The property includes a re-created 1840s adobe trading post and plaza, and the archeological excavation site of the original 1842 El Pueblo trading post.
Buy regional foods and crafts, books on Pueblo, Colorado, and western history, and Colorado souvenirs in our Colorado Proud museum store.
Covered parking available