Princeton Library to Host Program Honoring Women’s Suffrage


The Princeton Public Library is set to host a program honoring Women’s Suffrage on Tuesday, March 14th, 2023. According to information provided by the Princeton Public Library, Jeanne Schultz Angel will present a program entitled “Casting a Historic Vote: Suffrage for Women in Illinois”. From the press release from the Princeton Public Library:

“Jeanne Schultz Angel is the Director of Learning Experiences & Historical Resources for Naper Settlement. She is a nonprofit administrator and museum professional with more than 24 years working within cultural institutions. She holds a BA in Anthropology and an MA in History from Illinois State University.

Angel has been the executive director of three Chicagoland historical organizations: St. Charles Heritage Center, Lombard Historical Society/Sheldon Peck Homestead, and the Nineteenth Century Club in Oak Park. In addition, she served as the executive director of the Illinois Association of Museums. Most recently, she was the lead historian in Seeking Charlie: Connecting the Dots Left by a Freedom Seeker in Illinois, a grant funded by the Association of African American Life & History and the National Park Service.”

For additional information, contact the Princeton Public Library at (815) 875-1331 or visit our website at

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