Ethan Allen Homestead Enrichment Program: Myra Colby Bradwell - First Woman Lawyer in the U.S.

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Born in Vermont, Myra Colby Bradwell rose to fame in her lifetime and made friends with celebrities of her day -- such as Mrs. Abraham Lincoln. But today she's all but forgotten.

Presentation by Nancy Nahra, Professor Emeritus of Humanities, Champlain College, and co-author of "Forgotten Americans: Footnote Figures Who Changed American History."

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