The State Historical Society of Missouri and the Saint Louis Ambassadors are partnering together to create a bicentennial time capsule, and we need your help!
Organizations and institutions, businesses, as well as local and state government agencies in Missouri are invited to participate by contributing three items: one to represent your past, one to represent your present, and a note to future Missourians.
One hundred years ago, Missourians awaited news regarding the ratification of the 19th Amendment. The state had approved the amendment, which prohibited the federal government and states from denying a citizen the right to vote based upon sex, a year prior, in 1919. However, it would take another year before Tennessee became the 36th and final state needed to ratify the new constitutional amendment in August 1920.
The Missouri Bicentennial is just one year away! Across Missouri, on local and state levels, events marking the occasion are being planned.
The Missouri Bicentennial Commission and its member agencies are hard at work creating opportunities for Missourians across the state to engage in events that commemorate Missouri’s past and look toward its future: