This chapter presents historian Maureen Murphy Nutting's memoirs, which trace how she became interested in history. Nutting's education as a historian began in Manhattan and continued across the United States and beyond under the tutelage of men and women from many walks of life. Her varied experiences and the elements of her life as a history teacher, activist, wife, and mother have made her the historian that she is.
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