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(5.) Although I am arguing that Eaton's fictional newspaperwoman is best understood as queer, I do not mean to suggest that all of the era's newspaperwomen, real or imagined, must be read as queer.
(30) Born in 1857, eight and seventeen years before sisters Jessie and Stella, Etta Wilson became one of Michigan's first newspaperwomen. She left the Leelanau in the mid 1870s to attend high school in Grand Rapids, probably under the watchful eye of her uncle, George N.
But as the only female editor at The Albertan for more than two years, she often felt isolated, and soon after her appointment she sought out the support of other newspaperwomen by joining the Canadian Women's Press Club.
Many of the best and best-known Arkansas writers--humorist or otherwise--got their first writing experience as newspapermen or even as newspaperwomen.
"She was one of the greatest newspaperwomen Washington ever saw;' said Helen Thomas, who has covered the White House for decades and is currently a columnist for Hearst newspapers.
We were and are mostly newspaperwomen, academics, and authors.
Brilliant Bylines: A Biographical Anthology of Notable Newspaperwomen in America.