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Six Impossible Episodes: Deja Vu in the U.S. and Canada
Several times over the past few years, we've done an episode on something from U.S. history, and afterward we've gotten notes from listeners about the same thing happening in Canada - although this episode starts with one that's the reverse.
SYMHC Classics: Les Filles du Roi
We're revisiting an episode from 2014: the Filles du Roi, or King's Daughters. While the building of a population in a new colony seems like a tricky endeavor, France's King Louis XIV launched a scheme to do just that by shipping eligible ladies to New France in the 1600s.
Nell Donnelly Reed
Nell Donnelly Reed built a successful business starting before women even had the right to vote in the U.S. Her story combines fashion, education, workers' health and safety, kidnapping, and marital scandal. She is, like any historical figure, complicated.
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