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Before Hillary Clinton, there was Belva Lockwood
Belva Ann Bennett McNall Lockwood, 1830– 1917, was a feminist, pacifist, suffragist, educator, lecturer, civil rights advocate, lawyer, the first woman to be admitted to practice in the U S Supreme Court, and a candidate for president of the United States in 1884 and again in 1888. 1,069 more words
ORAL HISTORY : PEOPLES EYE WITNESS ACCOUNTS :THE MILFORD STREET BRIDGE COMMUNITY HERITAGE AND ARTS PROJECT :SALISBURY WILTSHIRE ENGLAND APRIL 2016
NEWS APPEARS IN THE CURRENT ORAL HISTORY JOURNAL VOL 44 NO:1 APRIL 2016 OF THE MILFORD STREET BRIDGE PROJECT .
THE MILFORD STREET BRIDGE PROJECT IN SALISBURY WON TWO AWARDS FROM THE COMMUNITY ARCHIVE AND HERITAGE GROUP (CAHG ) IN 2015 ,ONE FOR INNOVATION AND THE OVERALL AWARD OF` COMMUNITY ARCHIVE AND HERITAGE GROUP OF THE YEAR . 242 more words