Even if she’d never boarded the Titanic and survived its sinking, Margaret “Molly” Brown would have had a life worth commenting on. After her husband’s mining firm hit it big, she used her wealth to help the poor, reform the juvenile justice system, build the new Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Denver, and agitate for women’s suffrage, among other endeavors.
- About Margaret “Molly” Brown – Molly Brown House Museum
- The Unsinkably Catholic Molly Brown, Heroine of the Titanic| National Catholic Register
- Scandalous Women: The Unsinkable Molly Brown
- Molly Brown: Suffragist, Socialite and Adventurer – Colorado Virtual Library
- What Would Margaret Do? One Irish Catholic Woman’s Push for Equality – Molly Brown House Museum
- Margaret Brown – Wikipedia
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