Detroit may have been founded in 1701, by the French explorer and adventurer Antoine Laumet de La Mothe sieur de Cadillac but it was his wife Marie who decided much of the towns original layout. From the very beginning Detroit has been a dame’s town. Home to broads, women, cats, ladies, and Rosies’s the Motor City’s story is interlaced with the triumphs, adventures, dalliances and deeds of its female inhabitants. Join Detroit History Tours on a four and a half hour bus tour of some of their stories. From Madam Cadillac to Motown greats, prostitutes to murders, cults to saints and so much more. We’ll talk civil war spies and prohibition smuggling. You’ll learn the verdict of the first all-female jury in Michigan and the story of a women known as "Rocking chair". Together we will enjoy drinks at two of Detroit’s historic bars and a few tasty treats to top it all off. It promises to be one hell of a ladies (and gentleman's) night on The Detroit History Tours- Wild Women Of Detroit tour.
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