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Touring the historical homes of seven notable women. Included: Eleanor Roosevelt's Val-Kill in Hyde Park, N.Y.; Helen Keller's birthplace in Alabama; Pearl Buck's Green Hills Farm in Bucks County, Pa.; Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low's childhood home in Savannah, Ga.; Harriet Beecher Stowe's Victorian-gothic cottage in Hartford, Conn.; American Red Cross founder Clara Barton's home and headquarters in Glen Echo, Md.; and suffragist Susan B. Anthony's Rochester residence.