WICKED WOMEN by Chris Enss: Book Recommendation

Description: “This collection of short, action-filled stories of the Old West’s most egregiously badly behaved female outlaws, gamblers, soiled doves, and other wicked women offers a glimpse into the Western women’s experience that’s less sunbonnets and more six-shooters. [BEST STATEMENT EVER!] During the late 1800s, while men were settling the new frontier and rushing offContinue reading “WICKED WOMEN by Chris Enss: Book Recommendation”

Emma Willard House

Today’s video is on the Emma Willard House, which is now owned by Middlebury College. This is apropos because Emma Willard was an education pioneer for women. “The Emma Willard House is a historic house at 131 South Main Street in Middlebury, Vermont, United States. Built in 1809, it was from 1809 to 1819 theContinue reading “Emma Willard House”

45 Years Living in Vermont: Happy Anniversary to Me!

Well, today’s video is about my celebration of living here in Vermont for 45 years now. 45 years! When Mom and I moved here, “Transplant Vermonter” was a thing. The idea was if a person hadn’t been born here, but instead moved here, then that person should not call themselves a “Vermonter”. I can’t recallContinue reading “45 Years Living in Vermont: Happy Anniversary to Me!”

Mary Catherine Arthur: Became a Lawyer in 1929!!

“Mary C. Arthur Oct 5, 2004 Updated Oct 17, 2018 BURLINGTON/MORRISTOWN – Mary C. Arthur, a longtime Burlington attorney, died peacefully at her residence in Morristown, Vt., on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2004. Born Mary Catherine Alafat in Burlington on Dec. 11, 1904, she was the youngest daughter of Lebanese immigrants Elias N. and Madeline (Attea)Continue reading “Mary Catherine Arthur: Became a Lawyer in 1929!!”

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