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Lucy Ann Huber (Austria), junior, Citta di Pesaro 2016

Lucy Ann Huber (Austria), junior, Citta di Pesaro 2016

Appliqué fabric picture Going camping. By lucy Levenson www.lucylevenson.com

Tuesdays Favorite Finds #12 Camping Quilts

Appliqué fabric picture Going camping. By lucy Levenson www.lucylevenson.com

Educator and abolitionist Lucy Ann Stanton, class of 1850, was the first black woman to earn a bachelor's degree in the United States.

Lucy Ann Stanton, 1st black American woman to earn 4-year college degree: Black History

Educator and abolitionist Lucy Ann Stanton, class of 1850, was the first black woman to earn a bachelor's degree in the United States.

Lucy Ann Lobdell lived at a time when women did not commonly carry a rifle, sit down in bars, or have romantic liaisons with other women. At the time of her death The New York Times titled “DEATH OF A MODERN DIANA”. Lucy Ann was arrested for the crime of wearing men’s clothes under the name of Joseph Israel. Her jailbreak was engineered by her wife Marie Louise Perry, whom she met in 1868 and to whom she’d been married by an unsuspecting judge—the first same-sex marriage in America.

Lucy Ann Lobdell lived at a time when women did not commonly carry a rifle, sit down in bars, or have romantic liaisons with other women. At the time of her death The New York Times titled “DEATH OF A MODERN DIANA”. Lucy Ann was arrested for the crime of wearing men’s clothes under the name of Joseph Israel. Her jailbreak was engineered by her wife Marie Louise Perry, whom she met in 1868 and to whom she’d been married by an unsuspecting judge—the first same-sex marriage in America.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH  - Lucy Ann Stanton became the first African American woman to complete a four-year collegiate course of study in 1850.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH - Lucy Ann Stanton became the first African American woman to complete a four-year collegiate course of study in 1850.

Lucy Ann White Cox (approx 1827-1891).  Born in Fredericksburg and buried in the Confederate Cemetery in Fredericksburg, Cox was a daughter of the regiment during the American Civil War.  She joined her husband's regiment, Company A of the 30th Virginia Infantry, in an unofficial capacity as cook, laundress, and nurse.

Lucy Ann White Cox (approx 1827-1891). Born in Fredericksburg and buried in the Confederate Cemetery in Fredericksburg, Cox was a daughter of the regiment during the American Civil War. She joined her husband's regiment, Company A of the 30th Virginia Infantry, in an unofficial capacity as cook, laundress, and nurse.

The Adventure Series - Enid Blyton...Love these books my Grandad read them to my mum and my mum read them to me when I was a child.

The Adventure Series - Enid Blyton...Love these books my Grandad read them to my mum and my mum read them to me when I was a child.

slabbb-blockkk-hilarious:  Two 150-year-old dolls have been x-rayed in a bid to discover if they were used by Confederate soldiers to smuggle medical supplies past Union blockades during the U.S. Civil War. It is thought the large dolls – Nina and Lucy Ann – had their hollowed out papier-mache heads stuffed with quinine or morphine for wounded and malaria-stricken Confederate troops.

slabbb-blockkk-hilarious: Two 150-year-old dolls have been x-rayed in a bid to discover if they were used by Confederate soldiers to smuggle medical supplies past Union blockades during the U.S. Civil War. It is thought the large dolls – Nina and Lucy Ann – had their hollowed out papier-mache heads stuffed with quinine or morphine for wounded and malaria-stricken Confederate troops.

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