January 25, 2016

 

This is an address made at the Congress of Women, held in the Woman's Building, World Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893 by Mrs. Lydia Prescott a professional teacher, native of Michigan. She was educated in Grand Rapids, Mich., and Denmark Academy, Iowa. So much of...

September 11, 2015

I love the Edwardian Era because it is so similar to our times now. Our political and social struggles are nearly the same on the deepest levels, and so reading books from that era, and in some cases the Victorian Era bring insights into our conditions today. But books...

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Here lies the historic gems found in the course of my research for Woman of Ruinous Face, a novel about a female serial killer in 1912 Denver; Queen City of the Plains, a TV show about the Speer era of Denver and the civilizing of the west; an as yet unnamed choose your own adventure murder mystery book about the first CU student who was killed in 1942; and any other history based projects I come up with.

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