femmage | 31 jul 1793

31 jul 1793 Sarah Alden Bradford Ripley

Sarah Alden Bradford Ripley (31 jul 1793 – 26 jul 1827 | Boston MA – Concord MA) scholar, educator, Unitarian, intellectual, letter correspondent | women.born.today (c) susan.powers.bourne

femmage | 30 jul 1852

30 jul 1852 Emma Millinda Gillett

Emma Millinda Gillett (30 jul 1852 – 23 jan 1927 | Princeton WI – Washington DC) lawyer, club woman, National Woman’s Party member, women’s law education activist / advocate, first female Notary Public appointed by US President | women.born.today (c) susan.powers.bourne

femmage | 29 jul 1820

29 jul 1820 Julia Gardiner Tyler

Julia Gardiner Tyler (29 jul 1820 – 10 jul 1889 | East Hampton NY – Richmond VA) aka Lady Presidentress, Confederate plantation owner / overseer, first US Presidential First Lady to be photographed | women.born.today (c) susan.powers.bourne

Utah twilight

sunstones and stark thoughts

gathered during sleepless nights

glaring myths of truth

. . . . .

found by susan.powers.bourne
sourced from Women.Poets.Utah

femmage | 28 jul 1819

28 jul 1819 | Louise Amelia Knapp Smith Clappe

Louise Amelia Knapp Smith Clappe (28 jul 1819 – 09 feb 1906 | Elizabeth NJ – New Jersey US) author, memoirist, schoolteacher, letter correspondent, pen name: Dame Shirley | women.born.today (c) susan.powers.bourne

femmage | 27 jul 1850

27 jul 1850 | Helen Gerrells Stoddard

Helen Gerrells Stoddard (27 jul 1850 – 31 dec 1940 | Sheboygan WI – Dallas TX) educator, politician, community activist, Texas Women’s University co-founder, Women’s Christian Temperance Union leader, first woman to run for Congress in California | women.born.today (c) susan.powers.bourne

femmage | 26 jul 1817

26 jul 1817 | Lucy Newhall Danforth Colman

Lucy Newhall Danforth Colman (26 jul 1817 – 18 jan 1906 | Sturbridge MA – Syracuse NY) author, teacher, columnist, abolitionist, Freethought writer, women’s rights activist | women.born.today (c) susan.powers.bourne