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"Strength in Weakness"
Quaker women in the 18th century were known as the First Women Feminists. Their strength in spite of tremendous adversity has been an inspiration to generations.
Exploring Web 2.0: Second Generation Interactive Tools - Blogs, Podcasts, Wikis, Networking, Virtual Worlds, and more.
Due to traumatic family circumstances, Rebekah Bradford is forced to sign an indentured servant contract to leave her home in London and work for a Philadelphia Quaker family.
Rebekah's journey through life takes her from servanthood to wife and mother and business woman during a period when Quakers were struggling to maintain their identity as the colony attempted to find a place in history that was often in stark conflict with its founder, William Penn.
In recent months exiting changes began happening on the World Wide Web. More services and features were becoming available, but most Internet users were unaware of this new potential until the "Net Generation" began embracing these new Web-based tools. Within months, the business community, educators, and casual Internet users found these tools invaluable to communication, collaboration, and research.
I was extremely honored to be notified of my selection to be included in the 2008 Contemporary Authorsseries published byThomson Gale. This is a reference series that provides information on approximately 112,000 writers in a wide range of media, including fiction, nonfiction, poetry, journalism, drama, and screenwriting.