'Revoluting Daughter': Beatrice Grimshaw
By JOL Admin | 8 March 2013
Author and adventurer Beatrice Grimshaw was one of the New Women of the 1890s. Born in 1870, she left home at the age of twenty-one to work as a journalist. Living at a time when the maps still had "tantalizing blanks" in them, she was one of those individuals who felt the lure of far-away places. In 1904 she took off on her own for the South Seas and never returned, spending the next thirty years living in New Guinea and travelling around the islands.
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