I was really struck by these pictures of Victorian-era female archers that I stumbled across the other day. Thought I’d share!
Veneida Smith, Teenage Horse Thief [UPDATED]
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Exhibiting at HeroesCon in Charlotte, NC!
I'll be at HeroesCon in Charlotte, NC (6/16-18) with EXCLUSIVE merch for you to buy!
State of the Project
A lot of the work going into RP this month hasn't been super visible. Here's what I've been up to.
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On finding Alfred Barker’s Name
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New Website Feature: Search the Master List
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The RP Store is Now Open!
Just in time for the holidays, I've updated the RP store with all manner of posters, t-shirts, and the like!
Victorian-era female archers had style
Found a bunch of pictures of Victorian-era female archers. Thought I'd share.
Matilda of Tuscany
Fiery defender of the pope who made kings kneel before her.
Motorcycling across America, making her living doing stunts and transporting secret government documents, this stand-out woman found family in places she didn't expect.
This most-wanted WW2 spy rescued Jews and POWs, blew up Nazi trains, and used an X-rated radio rhyme to identify herself to Britain.
Indigenous lawmaker who united warring tribes under a unified code of laws that she made herself.
This uneducated rebel preacher upstaged New England magistrates so much that they founded Harvard University in part to prevent women like her from gaining power.