Virginia Literary Women in History

Ladies have played an integral half in Virginia from its beginnings, yet their contributions have typically been overlooked in the history books. Through the annual Virginia Ladies in History program, the Library of Virginia acknowledges and celebrates eight women—past and gift—for his or her accomplishments in all walks of life.

The Virginia Foundation for Ladies started the favored Virginia Women in History academic program in 2000 and in 2006 transferred it to the Library of Virginia, which now sponsors statewide activities that embody academic resources and activities tied to the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs) with a traveling exhibition. Every March, which Congress has designated as National Women’s History Month, the honorees are recognized throughout an evening program at the Library of Virginia. Dominion is the signature sponsor for this event and also the Richmond Times-Dispatch is the media sponsor.

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