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Theodosia Garrison: Stains

StainsTheodosia GarrisonThe three ghosts on the lonesome road Spake each to one another, "Whence came that stain about your mouth No lifted hand may cover?" "From eating of forbidden fruit, …

Brewer's: Stain

A contraction of distam. (Latin, dis-tingere, to discolour.) Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Stalking-horseStagirite A B C D E F G H I J K L M N …

The Congress of Women: How Can We Aid?

by Mrs. Agnes L. d'Arcambal Power and Purposes of WomenThe Fate of RepublicsHow Can We Aid?[1] Mrs. Agnes L. Harrington d'Arcambal is a native of Burlington, Vt. She was born March 8, 1832. …

The Congress of Women: Göethe and Schiller

by Miss Mary Virginia Keene The Woman Who Has ComeEvolution of American LiteratureGöethe and Schiller Miss Mary Virginia Keene was born in the city of Erie, Pa. Her parents were Galen Bryant…

The Congress of Women: An African Expedition

by Mrs. May French Sheldon F. R. G. S. The Women of BohemiaWoman's Place in LettersAn African Expedition Mrs. May French Sheldon was born in Bridgewater, Pa., May 10, 1847. Her parents were …

The Congress of Women: Complete Freedom for Women

by Miss Agnes M. Manning Needlework as Taught in StockholmHomer and His PoemsComplete Freedom for Women Miss Agnes M. Manning is principal of the Webster School, San Francisco, Cal. She has …

The Congress of Women: The Fate of Republics

by Rev. Anna Howard Shaw How Can We Aid?Women in Modern ItalyThe Fate of Republics Anna Howard Shaw is a native of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. Was born February 14, 1847. Her parents were …

Human Evolution

—By Karen Barss     The story of human evolution began in Africa about six million years ago and it describes the very long process that our ancestors w…