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From classrooms to boardrooms, audiences of all ages delight in the magic of living history that connects the present with the past to inspire listeners for a better future.   Gifted storyteller Mary Jane Bradbury brings history to life through the lives of outstanding women who made a difference -

           * Nancy Cooper Russell, wife and business manager of Montana's western artist Charles M. Russell

* Jeannette Rankin, the first woman elected to Congress

* Evelyn Cameron, pioneer homesteader and photographer

* Martha Maxwell, Rocky Mountain pioneer taxidermist and naturalist

* Margaret "Molly" Brown, feminist, reformer and philanthropist, the "unsinkable Mrs. Brown" who survived the Titanic disaster

* Learn what "Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History" means through the compelling stories of history's mavericks and crusaders.

Explore these pages and contact us to schedule a program for your next event or assembly.




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