From the outside, lighthouse keeping looked like a romantic life. On the inside, men knew differently; it was a rugged life of long hours and hard work punctuated by periods of real peril. Imagine how it felt to be one of the rare women who were admitted into this profession: challenged to their limits, yet loving every minute of it. This is the history of Michigan’s “ladies of the lights”—more than 50 women who served the sailing community with dedication and distinction from 1894-1954. Hear the stories of ten of these women from Patricia Majher, editor of Michigan History magazine and author of the book Ladies of the Lights. Free and open to the public. (abridle)
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