Posts Tagged ‘women’s history’

The Lady Who Invented Monopoly

Recently a long-time blog reader, named Jack French, reached out to me with a story for a blog post:  “Elizabeth “Lizzie” Magie Phillips, the real inventor of Monopoly, not Charles Darrow, the guy history incorrectly credits as inventing this game”.  As anyone who has read more than a few posts here on the Margins can…

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Reading Your Way Through Women’s History Month

We’re halfway through Women’s History Month, and I suspect that you’ve added a few books to your TBR list thanks to the mini-interviews I’ve posted so far. But in the excitement of learning about new (or lat least newish) books, it’s easy to forget excellent older books of women’s history. Here are links to ten…

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