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The story of the Menehune is one that's been handed down through oral history for generations. What are the real-world roots of this mythology?
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In 1912, a small Iowa town was the scene of a chilling and brutal crime.
Stein is an icon of modernist literature. Toklas is often described as her partner and assistant, but that short changes her story.
A woman named Pauline Sabin is often credited as being one of the major activists behind Prohibition’s repeal.
This episode revisits the tragic love story of poet, philosopher and theologian Abelard, and his student Heloise.
A sanitation strike that lasted for nine weeks brought Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to Memphis, Tennessee, where he was assassinated.
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Armistead was a slave in Virginia, but got his master's approval to enlist when the Revolutionary War came. Armistead worked as a spy.
Mary-Russel Ferrell Colton was a painter, author and educator. But she's most famous for co-founding of the Museum of Northern Arizona.
At a time when many women sought husbands to ensure financial stability, Anne Lister was looking for a wife.