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53. All information in this paragraph is taken from Litoﬀ, American Midwives, 35–36. 54. Perry, “The Early Midwives of Missouri,” 19. Litoﬀ, American Midwives: 1860 to the Present, 39–41. 55. Litoﬀ, American Midwives, 106. 56. Judy Barrett Litoﬀ, The American Midwife Debate: A Sourcebook on Its Modern Origins (New York, NY: Greenwood Press, 1986), 151. 57. Litoﬀ, “Forgotten Women,” 240. 58. Perry, “The Early Midwives of Missouri,” 15. Perry notes that they were called “granny women” because by the time they completed their apprenticeship they were mostly middle-aged women with grown families.
Lisa Paine, “Midwifery, Childbirth, Politics, and Religion: Lessons From the Case of Anne Hutchinson, Colonial Midwife” (paper presented at the 128th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, 2000). HVB is grateful to Lisa Paine for sending her the abstract and summary of this paper. gov/library/governors1640-present HVB is grateful to Lisa Paine, CNM, DrPH, for sharing her family genealogy, a paper summarizing the lives of Anne Hutchinson and Mary Dyer, the location of the statues of Anne Hutchinson and Mary Dyer in front of the Massachusetts State House, and bringing to HVB’s attention the signiﬁcance of the name of her consulting business: The Hutchinson Dyer Group.
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