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About teresalwatts

Fascinated with Women in US History, Lover of Photography, Fashion, Shoes, Chocolate, Drinks Way too much coffee, Mother, Grandmom (to the four legged kind).

Too Much Time Has Passed

I have been absent for far too long! After almost two years without a computer I am finally back on board. Anxious to get back to blogging and writing about all the amazing ladies in our American history. So much … Continue reading

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Happy 237th Birthday America

Two hundred thirty-seven years ago today a gathering of powerful, smart and victorious men signed the most famous piece of paper in our history. We celebrate that day with fireworks and barbeques with friends and family to honor that glorious … Continue reading

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We read and revel about the women in history who conquered barriers, spoke out loud on their beliefs, fought enemies with grace and intelligence everyday. I bet they weren’t sitting on the couch…

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Gannett Family Grave site Deborah Sampson a.k.a. Robert Shurtlieff Rock Ridge Cemetery, Sharon Massachusetts November 2010 Me at Deborah Sampson’s Grave site, Sharon Massachusetts November 2010. I recently found out a male resident in…

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Women’s History, Women’s Suffrage Movement; Anna Howard Shaw

“as a little girl preaching alone in the forest…to a congregation of listening trees.” ~Anna Howard Shaw What a profound statement. These are the words that a twenty-three year old Anna Howard Shaw spoke to Dr. Peck when he invited … Continue reading

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No Change and Our Country Continues

I voted in the 2008 elections as I did in many before them and didn’t think that much about the process. At the time I hadn’t found a genre that I felt comfortable with and fiddled around with different ideas … Continue reading

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National Women’s History Museum – Don’t Tell Me I Can’t

I had to blog about this exciting new project the NWHM is doing. Don’t Tell Me I Can’t is a grassroots public service announcement campaign to educate and motivate Americans to support the NWHM. These young actors portray notable women … Continue reading

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