Judith Kelleher Schafer
Originally published 12/19/2014
Dr. Schafer, who earned a doctorate in history at Tulane, described what she did as "street history," said Margaret Keenan, a Tulane colleague. "She was looking at people that historians haven't always looked at -- slaves, prostitutes -- but who left records."
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