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Voting Matters
2020-10-27 16:55
I am very, very anxious about the election and can think of little else. I have enough of a historian’s sensibility, of a human’s sensibility, to know that this is the… Read More
A Little Bit More About Lizzie
2020-10-24 16:49
The other day I came upon another beautiful dress which was once worn by Elizabeth Goodhue Millett Fenollosa (1858-1920), a Salem girl who had a very interesting life, mostly because of her… Read More
Home Is Where Everything Is
2020-10-20 15:59
I can’t get through the 2020 Year of Blogging on #SalemSuffrageSaturdays, historic houses, and the occasional book-inspired post alone: the most important place for everyone this year… Read More
Distilling Women
2020-10-17 10:52
Distillation became an important household activity for many women in early modern Europe in the seventeenth century; we have ample evidence that they wrote, purchased, collected, annotated… Read More
Witch City: The Film And The Moment
2020-10-13 12:04
It seems ridiculous, but when I moved to Salem I remember being surprised at the extent of Halloween hoopla and kitsch in the city: it seemed really tacky to me but not particularly concerni… Read More
A Salem Menu
2020-10-10 16:49
Food history is not necessarily women’s history, but I’ve been reading and writing about Elizabethan recipes over the past month and I’m tired of men stealing the… Read More
Pickering House Perspectives
2020-10-06 12:24
A well-interpreted house museum can offer up multiple perspectives, encouraging visitors to explore what interests them. I’ve been on some less-inspired tours of historic houses… Read More
Outmoded Midwives?
2020-10-03 11:59
Gender wars of the medical kind for this week’s #SalemSuffrageSaturday post, although I am uncertain of how much of a battle was waged here in Salem. Commencing in the seventeenth cent… Read More
If You Build It, They Will Come
2020-09-29 10:53
Two very different tourist towns during the Pandemic of 2020: at the beginning of the summer, I was up in my hometown of York, Maine, so I wrote about its opening in the midst of Covid with… Read More
Whist Women
2020-09-26 14:47
I’ve learned a lot about Salem women, both as individuals and collectively, during this year of #salemsuffragesaturday posts, but there remain some gaps I’m looking to fill in th… Read More

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