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14 October
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Hannah Dustin

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Great article on Hannah Dustin from History of American Women

Hannah Dustin was a forty-year-old colonial New England woman who was captured during an Indian raid, and escaped from her captors by killing them in the night and fleeing in their canoe. She is believed to be the first woman honored in the United States with a statue.

Listen to podcast number 75 for more information.

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