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She was a major force in the 19th Amendment becoming a reality in Louisa never married and continued to write and work tirelessly for reform as she single-handedly supported her family. We hope to have you here again. Vivid portrayals of Gilded Age women.
These vibrant living-history lessons connect audiences with their past through compelling characters whose dilemmas and insights, passion and humor, are also our own.
Many women resisted the Vote. A lecture and talk-back reveal the surprising sources of those arguments. Published inon the eve of another fateful cataclysm: Written by Dorothy Canfield Fisher.
Introduced by Mary E. Flinging anachronisms every which-way, Twain created a captivating First Woman who embodied all the contradictions of his time and ours. Choose a Tale or two, to suit your audience and event.
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Actress, Writer, Story Teller Address: Anthony, in story form, to middle and high school students and adult audiences. My representation of her is a clear message of equality of rights and opportunity for all.
My representation of Susan B Anthony includes interaction with the audience. I open the floor for questions and do not deter from character while answering. This is a one-woman show of historical significance.Operation Mercury - Airmen in the Battle of Crete, M.G.
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