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Mail and Female: Women, the Post Office, and Church

Women in the Post Office Angela Serratore’s 2012 article on 19th Century women and the rise of modern postal service sheds light on a world foreign to people who use modern electronic communications with ease and from the privacy of … Continue reading

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Mail and Female: A Story About Women, the Post Office, and Church

[In honor of Women’s History Month I have a guest post at The Junia Project today. Here’s the opening:] Angela Serratore’s 2012 article on 19th Century women and the rise of modern postal service sheds light on a world foreign to people … Continue reading

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