Nine Times in American History When a Woman Saved the Day

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Nine Times in American History When a Woman Saved the Day

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The Unjustly Overlooked Victorian Novelist Elizabeth Gaskell

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The Unjustly Overlooked Victorian Novelist Elizabeth Gaskell

The Irish Nightingale of the Civil War

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The Irish Nightingale of the Civil War

Lizzie Brown Halliday: The Worst Woman On Earth

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Lizzie Brown Halliday: The Worst Woman On Earth

Commandancy of the Alamo

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Happy 173rd Birthday, Buffalo Bill Cody

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George A. Tann and Black History in the West — The Pioneer Girl Project

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George A. Tann’s gravesite in Independence, Kansas, identifies him as “a negro doctor that doctored the Ingalls for malaria in 1870.” Tann, who fought for the Union Army during the Civil War before uprooting to the Osage Diminished Indian Reserve from his native Pennsylvania, remains tied to the Ingalls family in popular memory because of […]

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