#HerStory 49: Bea Arthur by Kelsey Brannan

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Kelsey recommends viewing the Archive of American Television
interview of Bea Arthur from 2009 to learn more.

 

#HerStory 47: Queen Elizabeth I by Katherine Kane

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How do you recommend a book on one of the most timeless figures in history? In addition to reading one of the countless books on Queen Elizabeth I, Katherine recommends surveying portraits of Elizabeth and visiting historic sites associated with Elizabeth. Here are two sites in the London environs:

#HerStory 36: Augusta Savage by Ashley Remer

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#HerStory 27: Emma Edmonds by Karen Abbott

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#HerStory 25: Anonymous by Christy Jones

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Christy also referenced several articles and a radio show in her discussion,
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#HerStory 20: Edna Buckman Kearns by Marguerite Kearns

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#HerStory 20 is a special episode to coincide with Mother’s Day in the U.S. This week’s guest shares the story of her grandmother’s involvement in the New York and Long Island grass roots Suffrage Campaign. Instead of a book recommendation for this week, Chick History recommends that you turn to your own family records, photo albums, letters, and whatever else you can dig out of the closet and explore your own family history!

#HerStory 19: Charlotte Brontë by Kristina Aikens

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Kristina also recommends that you read these novels by Charlotte:

#HerStory 13: Margaret Mead by Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko

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Cinnamon also recommended Margaret Read’s autobiography Blackberry Winter: My Earlier Years and the online exhibition at the Library of Congress.

#HerStory 12: Dolley Madison by Kate Marks

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And be sure to check out the exhibit Saving Washington in the Center for Women’s History at the New York Historical Society — about the often-ignored women of the early republic, in particular Dolley Madison, whose legacy long outlived her time in the White House.