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Lucy Moore, part 1

Lucy Moore

Lucy Moore speaks with James McConnachie about recovering a life from a receipt book, chemistry’s domestic roots and Civil War views of women. Lucy Moore speaks with James McConnachie about recovering the life of a civil war aristocrat from her ‘receipt book’, the roots of chemistry in the housewife’s distilling room, and the contrasting attitudes of Puritans and Royalists to the role of women in society.


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