Food Chains, Food Webs, and Wo...

Jul 31, 2013 by

July 13, 2013 I needed to write my blog post tonight, but I just wasn’t quite there yet. So, I did what I usually do when I...

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Ordinary Words Become Extraord...

Jul 3, 2013 by

July 3, 2013 As I have written here before, I believe in the importance of the written word and its role in our history, whether the...

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Dream Another Dream

Jun 5, 2013 by

Hardly believing it was already June, I turned the calendar page and read the quote for the new month: “You are never too old...

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Pioneers and Mothers

May 11, 2013 by

May 11, 2013 The mothers I read about in my research on early Kansas, though living in a very different setting, had the same hopes...

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And the Winner is. . .

Mar 26, 2013 by

This is the third post in honor of National Women’s History Month. Like most citizens of New England, Lucy Larcom had never...

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Women’s Rights – M...

Mar 22, 2013 by

This is the second in a series of blog posts for Women’s History Month Boasting forty-two members from a population of two...

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Remembering the Women of Early...

Mar 14, 2013 by

This is the first in a series of blogs for National Women’s History Month “I tell you but for the women of Kansas, it...

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Looking Back: Journaling at Se...

Mar 6, 2013 by

I admit it. When it comes to household chores, I can easily stray to something else more interesting in trying to carry out the task...

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