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Bird (1831-1904), a clergyman's daughter, gained a reputation as one of the most adventurous woman travelers of her day and was the first woman to become a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. At a time when proper ladies were expected to stay home, Bird travelled 19th Century America, Hawaii, Japan, Malay, Tibet, Korea, China, Turkey, and Morocco.

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