William Starrett probably never should’ve been a pastor. He was a gifted (although untrained) architect, an intellectual, and a Shakespearian scholar. When Helen’s father died, the entire 20-acre plot in North Lawrence transferred to the Starretts. 1,049 more words
Did you know that it was on this day, the 19th of June, in 1885, Adela Pankhurst Walsh was born?
Daughter of Emmeline and Richard Pankhurst, Adela became a leading figure in Australia’s women’s rights movement after immigrating from the UK following estrangement from her family. 21 more words
By Lauriane Lebrun
1. The Suffragists Deserve It. Seriously.
Anyone who successfully maneuvers the long, arduous process of getting a constitutional amendment passed probably deserves a memorial to begin with. 923 more words
Another summary of the week’s news, also from The Prescott Journal of June 10, 1865, plus one small article from The Polk County Press of the same date. 1,444 more words