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Perhaps not purposely hidden, the roles that women have played in history are often overlooked. Of course, the tide continues to change. Inspirational women like Michelle Obama, Malala Yousafzai and Laverne Cox all give women voices and continue to change the power balance of the modern-day world.
Yet, great gaps remain in our knowledge of individual contributions by women to Cornish history. Who were they, what did they do?
Stories about fish jowsters, balmaidens and the Cornish Land Army have unique histories in Cornwall. Treffry bravely rallied troops, and fortified the Place by pouring boiling lead from the ramparts onto their he. This extraordinary woman breached many barriers as author, scientist, artist-illustrator, banker and traveller. She was also elected a member of the Royal Geological Society in Cornwall, an unusual appointment for a woman at her time.
British author, feminist and social compaigner. Championed the use of birth control in the working class, started a progressive school inand after World War II, campaigned for worldwide nuclear disarmenment. Deer and builder of the world famous Minack Theatre, Miss Cade dragged the granite herself to build up the magnificent ampitheatre, and with her helpers, set it on its popular theatrical course.
Scientist and botanical illustrator, Stackhouse collected and painted flowers throughout the British Isles. Many of her watercolours show that she had collected specific plants earlier than their supposed discovery in Cornwall, and she is now acknowledged that she collected and classified nearly all of British mosses.
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