History of Women
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History of Women

WHAT IS WOMAN’S WORK?

Is Forging a Profitable Tool Making Business in the 1880’s Woman’s Work?

Meet Rebecca Finch: entrepreneur, woman of steel, and business genius.

Image by AlexParfenov from Pixabay

Hang around in conservative circles and you will soon hear laments about the good ole days when men were men and women were women. Everyone knew their place. Men…

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If history was a Hollywood movie, the editing room floor would be littered with the stories of women clipped to make room for men’s stories. We are here to tell those stories.

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Mary DeVries

Mary DeVries

The older I get, the less I know. That won’t stop me from writing about everything and anything under the sun. Join me in delighting and despairing about life.

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