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In the early twentieth century, women were discouraged from competing in track and field. The First International Track Meet for Women helped change that.
Matthew Henson partnered with Robert Peary on seven Arctic adventures, but their final success brought an end to a longstanding collaboration.
The social organization of the apiary gave Sylvia Plath a tool for examining her aesthetic self, even as her personal world slipped into disarray.
The clash of academic archaeology and what might be called folk archaeology comes into stark focus at Stonehenge.