Early Whispers: The Rise of Feminist Thought in 18th Century America

A brief essay about how women during the colonial years and the War for Independence attempted to open a social & political dialogue for equal rights. While the founding fathers where drafting the new laws of the land, the founding mothers attempted to add their voices to the cause of Liberty for all.

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About Lily Silver

I live in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, on the shores of Green Bay. I have always been a voracious reader of romances, mostly historical romances and sweeping historical sagas. My one vice, aside from reading romances, is coffee. I melt beneath the intoxicating sway of a strong white mocha latte promising to embrace my senses and carry me away. Mmmm . . . I can visualize the steam rising from that frothy cup as I sit here thinking of it.

I write Historical Romance novels and non-fiction essays on women and feminist movement throughout history. I have a bachelor's degree in History and also one in Humanistic Studies with an emphasis in Ancient and Medieval Research.

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