1 Sarah likes inventing useful things and ﬁnding out how new inventions are
designed and produced. She’s good at using computers, and wants to see how
they can be used in design.
2 Jake is keen on large vehicles and machines, and would like to go somewhere
he can have experience of one actually working. He’d also like to take some
3 Marta is doing a project on the environment and the effects of waste products
we throw away. She wants to learn more about the problem and what
individuals can do about it.
4 Tom likes animals and wants to understand more about them. He wants to go
somewhere he can take part in activities and buy a souvenir to make at home.
5 Karina is keen on art and photography. She likes exploring areas of the city to
see what things she can ﬁnd for her art, and then put them into her work.
A Smithson Museum
Come along and see this exhibition of everything to do with animals – from unusual animal prints to the latest computer designs of cartoon animals for films. Try designing a new and fantastic film creature on the computer – you might even see it appear in a flm!
B The Willis Centre
Come and join the museum’s guided walks along the river bank. You’ll collect objects that have come from the river, such as interesting stones and old pieces of wood and machines. And then try making pictures with what you’ve picked up!
C Railton Museum
A visit to this museum all about the city’s river includes a 40-minute ride in a huge boat along the water – at great speed! You can also have your photo taken during the trip – but don’t even think about trying to take your own. You’ll be too wet!
D Park Pavilion
Art galleries not usually for you? Then visit this Art in the Park exhibition – young people’s art and photography about problems in our environment. There’s everything, from art produced on computers to teenagers’ wildlife photos. Come and put some of your work in the display!
E The Allen Centre
Got a great idea to share? Come and take part in this exhibition about how machines are made, from the idea to
the finished product. See how IT can help with plans for models. And come and work on your idea here – the best ones will go into the display!
F Hampton House
This technology museum is full of models of engines – and a big wheel! Climb on, sit down and be taken up high enough to see over the rooftops! And don’t forget your camera – you’ll get some amazing pictures! Model engines are on sale in the gift shop.
G Bedford Lock
Come down to the river bank and take photos of this temporary exhibition – 200 kilos of plastic rubbish, collected from our river! Get ideas about how we can each help to tidy up our world – but also don’t miss the display of useful plastic items such as computer and machine parts.
H Camford Museum
The exhibition here is based around large models showing how living creatures use their amazing skills in the wild. Dress up like a jungle creature to discover how they deal with a changing environment. Or help build a model of a giraffe – and even get one from the shop to take away!
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A number of male abolitionists, including William Lloyd Garrison and Wendell Phillips, also supported the rights of women to speak and to participate equally with men in antislavery activities. Probably more than any other movement, abolitionism offered women a previously denied entry into politics. They became involved primarily in order to better their living conditions and improve the conditions of others. However, they gained the respect of those they convinced and also earned the right to be considered equal citizens.
When the civil war between the North and the South ended in 1865, the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the Constitution adopted in 1868 and 1870 granted citizenship and suffrage to blacks but not to women. Discouraged but resolved, feminists worked tirelessly to influence more and more women to demand the right to vote. In 1869, the Wyoming Territory had yielded to demands by feminists, but the states on the East Coast resisted more stubbornly than before. A women’s suffrage bill had been presented to every Congress since 1878, but it continually failed to pass until 1920, when the Nineteenth Amendment granted women the right to vote.
What had occurred shortly after the Civil War?
A The Wyoming Territory was admitted to the Union
B The women's sffrage bill was introduced in Congress
C The eastern states resisted the end of the war
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