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Marie Suize Pantalon, Itinerary of a Pioneer

March 10 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Virtual General Admission $5 / $10 / $15
Pay what you can! Your ticket helps support Icicle Creek and the filmmaker.
Includes Zoom Q&A after the film with Susan Butruille, author of Women’s Voices from the Mother Lode: Tales from the California Gold Rush
This is a virtual event, live-streamed from Icicle Creek to you, at home! We’ll email you the link to watch one hour prior to the event. Donations are also greatly appreciated.
This documentary tells the story of Marie Suize, who traveled from France to California during the Gold Rush in 1850 and was a successful goldminer and wine maker. She was arrested many times for wearing men’s clothes, and thus earned her nickname “Marie Pantalon.” Local expert Susan Butruille and other historians describe her singular life in this documentary by French filmmaker François Gaillard.
Join us after the film for a Q&A with Susan Butruille!
Film Runtime: 30 min
For more information click here.
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Date:
March 10
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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