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The Remarkable Story of a Famously Enigmatic Mom (Happy Mother’s Day!)

Daniel E. Sutherland and Georgia Toutziari– Her name was Anna Matilda Whistler, but the world knows her simply as Whistler’s Mother. Not even her son, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, thought anyone need know more. In speaking of his most famous painting, he declared, “To me it is interesting as a

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From Suffrage to Suffering? Modern Mothers’ Work

On August 18, 1920, the 19th Amendment was officially ratified, bringing fruition to the women’s suffrage movement and acting as a platform for modern day feminism. Since that time, commonly known as feminism’s first wave, women’s rights movements have progressed. During the early 1900s, suffrage was a primary concern of

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