Nancy Cawdrey Studios presents western art, horse art and silk art created by western artists and contemporary artists Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey and Morgan Cawdrey using mediums such as oil paintings, silk paintings, watercolors paintings, pastels paintings, mixed media paintings, and acrylics paintings.
ENLUXTRA Self-Adaptive Wound Dressing - With Nancy Morgan, Part 1 - The Wound Care Education Institute's Co-Founder Nancy Morgan speaks with Vicki Fischenich GNP-BC about clinical experience with ENLUXTRA Self-Adaptive Wound Dressing - the first "intelligent" wound dressing on a market and in the history of wound care.
Haulman, K. (2005). Fashion and the Culture Wars of Revolutionary Philadelphia. William & Mary Quarterly, 62(4), 625-662. This article is about women and their power during the Revolutionary War decades. In order for women to be heard they had to use fashion to gain social power. This would be an interesting source to read about because it’s focused on history, women, and fashion.
"Nancy Morgan Hart may be the most intriguing of all Revolutionary women. Standing six feet tall, with long red hair, Nancy was a Continental spy who was so fierce in her patriotism that the local Native Americans referred to her as "Warrior Woman." When six Tories invaded her home, demanding food, she instead plied them with liquor and stole one of their guns. She held them there until the Continental Army arrived, and allegedly sang "Yankee Doodle" at the top of her lungs as the Tories…