Julie Quackenbush was born and raised in Missoula, Montana. After graduating from High School, she moved to Kirkland, Washington to pursue her BA in Psychology with a minor in Business Administration at Northwest University. After completing this degree, Julie plans enter the social work field with a focus on children in Foster Care. In the future, she hopes to start an organization that facilitates healthy foster families for children in need.
In the late 1800s, Ellen Eglin revolutionized the chore of laundry with the invention of the clothes wringer and, in the process, made her mark on African American and women’s history. Born in 1849 in Washington, D.C., little is known about Eglin’s early life. As … Read MoreEllen Eglin (1849- ?)