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Drexel, Katharine (1858–1955)

The daughter of a wealthy Philadelphia investment banker, Katharine Drexel was among the most important religious women in the history of American Catholic educational reform. Along with Elizabeth Ann Seton, she ranks as one of the driving forces in the movement ...

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