May we introducue… our member: National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame in Australia

Sep 6, 2017

The National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame was founded in 1993, and is one of two women’s museums in Australia. It is dedicated to preserving the place of women in history for their special contribution to Australia’s heritage.

The three main permanent exhibitions include photographs and stories of the courage, endurance and resilience of pioneering Central Australian women, an exhibition exploring how women’s working worlds have changed and how museums represent this, and a collection of over a hundred stories of women who were the very first in Australia in her chosen field of endeavour.

 

http://pioneerwomen.com.au/

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