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Louis-Ernest Barrias From Country

Louis-Ernest Barrias (1841-1905), who is buried in Division 8, was a sculptor whose works can be seen at the Jardin des Tuileries and the Musee d’Orsay. His most renowned sculpture may be La Defense de city, a bronze statue dedicated to the defenders of city during the Franco-Prussian War, also known as the War of 1870. Barrias crafted two monuments in Pere-Lachaise Cemetery including the statue of Anatole de la Forge. Photograph courtesy of Marie Beleyme.

Composer, organist, and teacher Gabriel Urbain Faure (1845-1924) was a pupil and friend of Camille Saint-Saens. Among Faure’s most famous works are Requiem: In Paradisum and Pavane in F-Sharp Minor, Op. 50. Gabriel Urbain Faure is buried in Division 10. Photograph courtesy of Marie Beleyme.

In much of Europe, married women could not own property in their own names and were legally represented by their husbands. Ankara Map Tourist Attractions Often, women’s daily lives were taken up with domestic concerns, keeping house or caring for children in the case of unmarried women, perhaps as servants, mistresses, or even nuns (who frequently ran schools for girls and tended to the domestic needs of male and female religious orders alike). Women’s work did vary greatly, however, according to their class and location.

Life in the colonies created opportunities, interactions, and relationships that differed from those found in Europe. Many women were able to participate in politics, commerce, religion, and intellectual life, thus going beyond traditional roles. European colonization of the Countrys had a negative impact on indigenous women and on African women brought to the New World as slaves, but here, too, victimization is not the only story. Tensions between tradition and change, limitations and opportunities, mark the experiences of women in the Countrys during the colonial period.

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