When Mary Baker Eddy slipped on some ice and was injured on the streets of Lynn, Massachusetts, in February 1866, no one could have known that her subsequent healing would go on to spark a worldwide religious movement and propel Mrs. Eddy herself to the forefront of fame by the turn of the 19th century.
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