Reprised at the Amherst County Museum and Historical Society
in Fall 2021, and Online Below
“Women Making a Positive Difference
in Amherst County 1920-2020”
“Women Making a Positive Difference In Amherst County
1920-2020” Museum Exhibit Co-sponsored by AGAR and the Amherst County Museum and Historical Society
Sharon Rebecca Bryant was the first woman to serve as Chief of the Monacan Indian Nation. To see more about her and the many other women featured in the exhibit who contributed to the Amherst community through civic activity, click the buttons below.
“Amherst Women Interviewed” video on AGAR’s YouTube Channel featuring segments of AGAR interviews from
“Wally” Robinson, a former cook at Winton Country Club 44 years, is just one of the Amherst County women featured in this video.
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See “Amherst Women Interviewed” box below right for a list of the other woman featured in this video.
“Women Voting in Amherst County“ panel discussion
Ted Delany, director of the Lynchburg Museum System and Chief Public History Officer, was monitor for this panel discussion at Amherst Historical Museum.
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Amherst Women Interviewed