Wyoming

Speaking to a Socially Distanced Crowd

Yesterday, I spoke to the wonderful women of the Fort Caspar Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. I think it went well! My presentation title “Fifty-One Years of Freedom: Wyoming’s Suffrage Story, 1869-1920” reflects how I can’t help but write an academic title. “Creative Title: Descriptional Title, Date” is just a formula that …

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Manhandled By History: The 1907-1908 University Scandal

“My dear Doctor” “Dear Miss Hebard” “My dear Dr. Grace” “My dear Dr. Hebard” “My dear Prof. Hebard” “Dear Lady” “Dear Most Wonderful” In the fall of 1905, Dr. Grace Raymond Hebard and Dr. Agnes Mathilde Wergeland began building a home together. When the house finished that next summer, they hoisted an American flag from …

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