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The Girl in the Tiara 20h
Did you know John Quincy Adams was once accused of being Tsar Alexander I's pimp? Here's what actually happened - as told by his fascinating wife, Louisa.
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Brittany M. Greene Nov 20
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Candace Robb (Magda Digby Is Dancing) Nov 17
Wonderful thread. I love the graph of connections.
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WCVPL Nov 17
A new title has been added to our Adult Nonfiction Graphic Novel collection.
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Hutchie History Nov 17
Following on from Miss Jakobsen's board on important and influential women in History, this article about Scottish women on stamps in Serbia will be of interest.
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Sharon Bennett Connolly Nov 21
"I found this a fascinating look at the women of 1066 (both Norman and Anglo-Saxon). The book is written with flair and enthusiasm - and casts fresh light on this most fascinating of periods. Recommended!"
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Sharon Bennett Connolly Nov 17
Aelfthryth, England's First Queen, the Original Wicked Stepmother? died in 999, 1000 or 1001 via
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Empower 5h
From Madame Ching, a 19th-century pirate, to Anna Hedgeman, who helped to organise 1963’s Great March on Washington, it’s time to celebrate these often-overlooked yet awesome characters.
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Sharon Bennett Connolly Nov 16
Death of Margaret of Wessex, Scotland's Sainted Queen, in 1093 via
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The History Press Nov 17
Mary I of died in 1558, leaving the throne to her younger half-sister, Elizabeth I
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WomenOfLondon Nov 19
It was so great to be able to share the stories of men who have supported
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The History Press Nov 18
Why today's is celebrating Jamaican artist's model Fanny Eaton (via )
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Raspberrybazaar Nov 18
The Debs of Bletchley Park and Other Stories by Michael Smith (Hardback, 2015). Only £5 in our Ebay shop or pm us to buy. Excellent condition.
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The Listen Inn Nov 16
This is brilliant! So cleverly filmed, edited & fab graphics 😲
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Sharon Bennett Connolly Nov 21
"this book is a trifecta of my favourite things-it is well written, it is well researched,and it is focused on the important women who all too often get sidelined in mainstream history..I cannot recommend it highly enough."
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Sharon Bennett Connolly Nov 23
Isabel d'Aubigny, The Countess who Chastised a King, died - or before - in 1282 via
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History Explorers Nov 21
I will be part of this tomorrow, come and join me. Wikithon: Women in Leeds - The British Library
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Dr. Rosanne Welch Nov 22
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Chacruna Institute 3h
From the archives! Women’s Historical Influence on “Set and Setting” by Zoë Dubus Check it out! Art: Karina Alvarez
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The History Press Nov 21
Victoria, Princes Royal, the eldest child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, was born in 180 years ago, 1840
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