AP History Students will present research Tuesday on changing roles of women (200)

GILFORD — On Tuesday, June 4 at 7 p.m. Thompson-Ames Historical Society will partner with Gilford High School's Advanced Placement United States History class for the students' final presentations of the year.
The AP-US History class, taught by Michael Zulauf, has held annual events with the historical society to celebrate and bring forward hidden histories from around the Lakes Region. This class has been researching how the roles and conditions of women have been changing at the local, state, and national levels in the past 100 years.
Tuesday the class will be presenting information that has been collected on topics ranging from women's involvement in education to the role women have held in sports and government. The Gilford Historical Society views this collaboration as an opportunity for making students more aware of the work and importance of preserving local history.
The public is invited to attend this free event which will take place at the Union Meetinghouse located at 24 Belknap Mtn. Rd. in Gilford. This program is supported by the Samuel P. Pardoe Foundation.
Thompson-Ames Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the farming and cultural heritage of Gilford and welcomes new
members. Those interested in becoming involved can contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 527-9009.