Elaine Kendall

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The founders of the first women’s colleges weren’t necessarily crusaders or even educators; one savored a vision of himself as the second Great Emancipator, and another was motivated chiefly by hatred of her brother Read >>
The prevailing Colonial feeling toward female education was unanimously negative. Learning to read was the first feminist triumph. Read >>

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