Charlotte Perkins Gilman: a Woodstock founding mother

“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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