Women of the Leadville Irish Miner’s Memorial

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Women of the Leadville Irish Miner’s Memorial

August 7th 6:30 – 8pm

Molly Brown House Museum, 1340 N Pennsylvania St. Virtual option available!

$15 for INCO members, $20 for non-members, and $5 for virtual.

Join INCO at the Molly Brown House Museum (or virtually via Zoom)for the last summer presentation!  In August we’ll discover what life was like in Leadville in the 1880s for Irish families, and the common circumstances that found women and children buried in the pauper section of Evergreen Cemetery. Together we’ll learn their names and remember their often too short lives.

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Women of the Leadville Irish Miner's Memorial - INCO Member
Join INCO at the Molly Brown House Museum (or virtually via Zoom)for the last summer presentation! In August we’ll discover what life was like in Leadville in the 1880s for Irish families, and the common circumstances that found women and children buried in the pauper section of Evergreen Cemetery. Together we’ll learn their names and remember their often too short lives.
$15.00
Unlimited
Women Leadville Irish Miner's Memorial - Non-member
Join INCO at the Molly Brown House Museum (or virtually via Zoom) for the last summer presentation! In August we’ll discover what life was like in Leadville in the 1880s for Irish families, and the common circumstances that found women and children buried in the pauper section of Evergreen Cemetery. Together we’ll learn their names and remember their often too short lives.
$20.00
Unlimited
Women of Leadville Irish Miner's Memorial - Virtual
Join INCO at the Molly Brown House Museum (or virtually via Zoom) for the last summer presentation! In August we’ll discover what life was like in Leadville in the 1880s for Irish families, and the common circumstances that found women and children buried in the pauper section of Evergreen Cemetery. Together we’ll learn their names and remember their often too short lives.
$5.00
Unlimited

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