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A Woman's Work is Never Done

A Woman's Work is Never Done Using selected images from the Antiquarian Society's vast collections, here is a look at the type of work that women have performed, including Domestic Work, Women as Merchants, Women and War, Teaching and Education, Factory Workers, and Performers and Artists. The
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A Woman's Work is Never Done


Using selected images from the Antiquarian Society's vast collections, here is a look at the type of work that women have performed, including Domestic Work, Women as Merchants, Women and War, Teaching and Education, Factory Workers, and Performers and Artists. The time frame ranges from before the American Revolution through the Industrial Revolution.

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Becky Moeggenberg

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