We're going all the way back this week with a woman who may not have been born in NYC, may not have spent her life there, but did have a crazy tragic end and now we drive on a highway named after her! Anne Hutchinson may not have been very fun but we hear her name all the time now- tune it to find out why!
This week we're learning all about one of New York City's most famous bodies! Audrey Munson, muse of scores of turn of the century artists, is all around us and we knew nothing about her. Get your dose of New York City women's history!
Chelsey and T.V. explore the prolific life of one of Brooklyn's busiest women and the first African American female doctor NYC ever had!
What does Brooklyn have to do with the history of British politics? Chelsey takes us through the life of Jenny Jerome- socialite, political influencer, and amateur pianist! Come along for a trans-atlantic ride!
Join the gals this week as T.V. teaches us about scandalous woman-about-town Eliza Jumel! A thing for bad boys, a convoluted New York Times obituary, tons of money- this dame had it all!
Welcome to New Amsterdames! In our inaugural episode, Chelsey teaches us about Mary Rogers, a famous shop girl and possibly NYC's first tabloid sensationalized murder victim. Join us in our quest to learn about the women of New York's history!