Popular Memorial Pages by historylady
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Discover the history of women in your family, and explore the lives of women who made a difference in the history of our country. Celebrate women's…
Updated 22 Feb 2013 - 137 views this week (86,805 total)
Contributions 10 images, 1 comment, 10 stories
September 15-October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month, with a purpose of "paying tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively…
Updated 21 Sep 2010 - 4 views this week (6,173 total)
Contributions 21 images, 13 stories
Louisa Ferguson: Free-born daughter of George Washington’s carpenter, a slave.
Updated 18 Jan 2010 - 3 views this week (7,635 total)
Contributions 2 images, 2 stories
This rebel soldier from Texas can be found on both sides of the war in Footnote documents.
Updated 14 May 2011 - 2 views this week (6,489 total)
Contributions 3 images, 1 story
Here's a lady who would have fought if she "could have worn the breeches."
Updated 12 Jan 2007 - 1 view this week (1,468 total)
Contributions 1 story
Updated 11 Oct 2013 - 1 view this week (2,266 total)
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This is an account of Boston after the evacuation of British troops in March 1776, written by George Washington. The final four pages of this group of…
Updated 15 Dec 2006 - 1 view this week (1,454 total)
Contributions 1 image, 1 story
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