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Northland women 'making waves'

There must be something in the water -- or in Lake Superior at least. "It's inspiring. It's restorative," said Elizabeth Bartlett, a University of Minnesota Duluth professor of 36 years who is retiring this month. "There's a connection there." La...

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Beth Bartlett, professor of women's studies at the University of Minnesota Duluth, finds inspiration in Lake Superior. Bartlett wrote a book published this fall titled "Making Waves: Grassroots Feminism in Duluth and Superior" that examines feminist activism in the Twin Ports over the past 40 years. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com
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UMD professor Beth Bartlett has written a new book about the key role Duluth and Superior have played in women's rights. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com

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