Remarkable Women of the Adirondacks

 The Alice T. Miner Museum Presents
Remarkable Women of the Adirondacks
Thursday, October 20, at 6:00 p.m.

Chazy, New York – The Alice T. Miner Museum is pleased to announce a free program featuring author Sandra Weber, sure to inspire audiences with tales of the strength and courage of Adirondack women.
In this lively program of portrayals and stories, Sandra Weber presents the voices and wild spirit of Adirondack women. Dressed in period costume, Weber will deliver dramatic narratives of women such as pancake-flipper Mother Johnson, adventurer-activist Kate Field, poet Jeanne Robert Foster, and suffrage martyr Inez Milholland.

Sandra Weber of Elizabethtown has authored several books about the Adirondack region, including Two in the WildernessBreaking Trail: Remarkable Women of the Adirondacks (co-author, Peggy Lynn), Mount Marcy, The Finest Square Mile,and Adirondack Roots. Her article “Going Wild Over Thoreau” appeared in theAdirondack Reader, third edition and other articles have been published in Civil War TimesNYS Conservationist, Adirondack Life, Adirondack Explorer,Backpacker, Pennsylvania Magazine, Christian Science Monitor, and Highlights For Children. In addition to her writings, Sandra is also well-known for her dramatic portrayals of Mary Brown in “Times of Trouble” and of Mother Johnson, Jeanne Robert Foster, Kate Field, and other women in “Remarkable Women of the Adirondacks.”