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History of Women

Two Hundred Years of Long-distance Travel

Journeys and destiny spanning five generations of women

Image from Wikimedia Commons, on the deck of cruise ship Orion

In two hundred years, world travel has changed from sailing ships that took months to reach their destination to passenger jets that can make the same trip in less than 24 hours. If you want to, you can now fly direct from London to Perth on one plane, a journey that takes just 17 hours.




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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Jane Lynch

Jane Lynch

A woman of faith, balancing bookkeeping with book-writing. Occupying that beautiful hiatus in time between the cares of parenting and the advancement of age.

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