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Herstories

  Micaela Almonester   Micaela Leonarda Antonia de Almonester Rojas y de la Ronde, Baroness de Pontalba (November 6, 1795- April 20, 1874) was a wealthy New Orleans -born aristocrat, businesswoman, real estate designer and developer who endures as one of the … Continue reading

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Women in Herstory

Tayto Betul Taytu Betul was Emperor Menelik II’s third wife and was thereby Empress of Ethiopia. She was his confidante, a loyal wife, a commander, and a brilliant military strategist. She was a true Ethiopian leader. Her deeds at a … Continue reading

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Sybil Ludington

  Sybil Ludington  Colonel Henry Ludington was a veteran of the French-Indian War, and commander of the militia in Duchess County, New York during the American Revolutionary War. On the night of April 26, 1777, the Colonel received a message … Continue reading

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Forgotten Women in History (Friday, I’ll be sending you link about a young girl, who traveled further, faster, and warned more people than Paul Revere in the American Revolution).

  Osh-Tisch was leading bate (a woman who at birth is assigned to be a male in the Crow nation). She held an esteemed position in her society. In the Crow nation, it was not only acceptable for one to … Continue reading

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Hidden Herstory

  Follow me on my journey of discovering women in history that have been forgotten. I became interested while reserching a book I wrote on women in the American Revolution and the incredible part they played in helping America defeat … Continue reading

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Drinkin in California

I decided I wanted to write a book about the Central Valley, where I’m now from which is a vast, hot, 300- mile-long expanse extending from Sacramento to the north and the San Joaquin Valley in the South, and has … Continue reading

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Interviewed by Suzanne Adair

I was interviewed by Suzanne Adair giving a little background history revolving around my book “The Black Madonna”   — http://www.suzanneadair.net/2017/02/13/the-massacre-at-beziers/

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Crime Division: Jack of All Trades—The Life of a Patrol Officer by Laurel Heidtman

From 1977 to 1988, I was a police officer in an Ohio city with a population of approximately 60,000. Our department had a hundred or so sworn officers when I started, but by the time I left, that n… Source: Crime … Continue reading

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EVENT: Saturday, March 11th

FRIENDS OF THE FRESNO COUNTY LIBRARY & A BOOK BARN Present Meet the AUTHOR EVENT at SIERRA VISTA MALL, Clovis, CA SATURDAY, MARCH 11TH 10AM-8PM Some of you have signed up already and paid. We would like no more than 2 … Continue reading

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Interview about “Chilled to the Bone”

http://www.stephenhprovost.com/the-open-book/linda-kane

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