Tag Archives: Belva Lockwood

Women and Presidential Politics

Just got word that my blog post, “Women and Presidential Politics” is now up on “The Public Humanist,” where I’m a contributing blogger.  Here’s the link: http://www.valleyadvocate.com/blogs/home.cfm?aid=15861

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Unusual Landmark

One of the more unusual landmarks to a woman is the full-length ship’s figurehead of Belva Lockwood, an attorney who successfully fought for the right to practice law before the United States Supreme Court in 1879. An advocate of women’s … Continue reading

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