John T. Foster


There were prominent women in Antebellum Richmond whose lives resemble women of today. Catherine Grattan Gamble and her daughter, Elizabeth Gamble Wirt, participated in their husbands' careers and sought places of equality with their spouses long before such behavior became common. Their lives are a dramatic departure from images of the Old South and the heritage claimed by relatives who became prominent in Middle Florida.

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