“If it hadn’t been for Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Woodstock might not be what it is today,” town historian Alf Evers told me one afternoon, speaking of the turn-of-the-century novelist, poet, nonfiction writer, feminist thinker, controversial social commentator and women’s suffrage activist . . .
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