From the web: “The Overlooked History of Women at Work”

Martha Maxwell stood only 4 feet 11 inches tall. But in the annals of natural history, she was a giant of a kind. After moving West during the gold rush, she became perhaps the first female naturalist to hunt, skin and stuff her own specimens, which she displayed in her own museum.

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