Salem, United States

Women of Salem

Women of Salem

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4 tour stops


Colonial Period

Fort Pickering


19th Century

Chestnut Street


Early 20th century Immigrant

Pequot Mills, now Shetland Industrial Park



Salem State University



This tour is a creative project for the partnership between Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Salem State University in Salem, Massachusetts. It depicts fictional female characters in Salem through four historic periods: the Colonial period, 19th century, early 20th century immigration, and today (2018). These female characters show how human experiences transform a space into a place because of the significance experience brings into a physical area. The goal of my project is to create female characters to show what it was like to be a woman during these time periods and to show their resilience, passion, strength, and value to the development and growth of an urban space.

Itinerary 5.3 km / 1:00

Offline map included

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