Professor Kyle
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Cool story about a NH librarian who researches historical women through one of the few ways they may have been noted in the public record – the recipes they shared.
06:18 PM - Nov 29, 2023
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Susan Simon
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In response to Professor Kyle.
Unique approach and great article. Thanks for sharing and reminding me how important those women were even if not recorded as such.
10:20 AM - Nov 30, 2023
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Professor Kyle
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In response to Susan Simon.
You're welcome, and absolutely! So important.
10:34 AM - Nov 30, 2023
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Thee NW MagpieSmashingit
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In response to Professor Kyle.
I wonder what I could find going through any recipes archived between 1690-1730 in Freetown & Scituate, MA.
07:30 PM - Nov 29, 2023
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Professor Kyle
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In response to Thee NW MagpieSmashingit.
That would be fascinating to find out!
10:01 PM - Nov 29, 2023
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Isa-Lee Wolf
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In response to Professor Kyle.
How amazing!! What I really love about now is all the people made invisible through history are finally having a say through the writings they left behind, almost as though they knew the day would come.
06:48 PM - Nov 29, 2023
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Professor Kyle
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In response to Isa-Lee Wolf.
So cool!!
10:02 PM - Nov 29, 2023
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Kathy Dunn
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In response to Professor Kyle.
As a former librarian I agrer
06:26 PM - Nov 29, 2023
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William Turner
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In response to Professor Kyle.
This spout was removed because the account associated with it was suspended.
06:23 PM - Nov 29, 2023
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Evolve Undefined
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In response to William Turner.
That’s crazy- I thought of the same exact book. This historian did an incredible job researching this midwife’s diary and revealed so much about real life in this era. Incredibly well researched, well written and readable. Fascinating book- I think I will read it again !
12:27 AM - Nov 30, 2023
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