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Readers love the stories of

"You have a knack for bringing to life women of the past. I enjoy these stories."
— Beth Kisor
Historic Fort Worth Inc.
Director

Did you know...

Did you know that in the Central Texas town of Brownwood a young woman who suffered migraines became the state’s First Woman Optometrist...she pumped the organ in her church and helped shape the Texas Democratic Party.
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UPCOMING PROGRAMS…

Telling the stories of Texas women showcased in
Texas Ranch Women: Three Centuries of Mettle and Moxie and Texas Dames: Sassy and Savvy Women Throughout Lone Star History.

LOOKING AHEAD TO 2016:

 

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Texas Women…Ranchers & ‘Dames’…

The women who make up Texas Ranch Women: Three Centuries of Mettle and Moxie…the women who make up Texas Dames: Sassy and Savvy Women Throughout Lone Star History:

I love to tell their stories, whether they are women who…

These are but a few of the 80+ women I’m privileged to tell—when people ask about Texas Women, “Ranchers & Dames” - `firsts’ in law, aviation, medicine and the arts…as well as Women on the Plains and Prairies!

 

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LET’S TALK…
Carmen Goldthwaite
carmengoldthwaite@sbcglobal.net
Ph: 817 737 6958 or 817 726 0412

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At the Friends of the Library for Abilene Public Library luncheon on Texas Independence Day, I got to tell the stories of the women of the Republic.

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