Archive | March, 2012

The Woman in the Lincoln Assassination, Mary Surrat

18 Mar

Mary Surrat, if it were not for the Lincoln Assassination, would not be in any history book whatsoever.  She was a typical middle-class Southern sympathizer woman…”

 

 

History Crushes

11 Mar

Found a new history-centered internet location today while researching: Fuck Yeah History Crushes.  It’s not just ladies but it does have some good information on quite a few, plus dorkiness and pictures.

Since I can’t seem to get my act together, go show ’em some love.

Another (Women’s) History Month, Dammit

6 Mar

It’s another month aimed at celebrating obscured histories – and basically the patron month of this blog – but I, as is usual these days, am ill-prepared for it.

Oh, I have a ton of stuff waiting in the wings for the few moments when I have the time to get around to it.

But working and job hunting and keeping myself sane in the process unfortunately leave very little time for me to get around to it, so I’m just going to have to inaugurate this month with a link to someone else who can recommend you some offline material to read.

I hope my sisters can forgive me.