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Enjoy a stroll through Annapolis’ historic district with a period-attired suffragist. Learn what women’s roles were in society through the centuries and how they laid the groundwork for future women. Discover Maryland’s first official printer in the 18th century; a runaway slave referred to as “Moses,” who led her people to freedom; the women of firsts in government and the United States Naval Academy; Annapolis’ own “Steel Magnolia;” and Maryland women standing up for their right to vote. This two-hour walking tour will give you new clarity of the strength of women, taking you to see the sights in Annapolis where women made their mark in her-story.