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Agreement between Eliza Hundley, James Guthrie, and Robert Tyler

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Women sometimes exercised greater power than the letter of the law accorded them. Annie Henry Christian, an early settler of Jefferson County, directed her husband's salt works operation south of Louisville following his death in 1786. Eliza Tevis, a…

Framed documents from the Women at Work Exhibit

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A framed set of four documents from the Filson's exhibit "Women at Work." Documents start from the left and go clockwise:

Untitled, In Honor of Eliza Tevis

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Knitted portrait of Eliza Tevis.