A Very Dangerous Woman: Martha Wright and Women's Rights

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"A very dangerous woman" is what Martha Coffin Wright's conservative neighbors considered her, because of her work in the women's rights and abolition movements. In 1848, Wright and her older sister Lucretia Mott were among the five brave women who organized the historic Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention. Wright remained a prominent figure in the women's movement until her death in 1875 at age sixty-eight, when she was president of the National Woman Suffrage Association. At age twenty-six, she attended the 1833 ...

A Very Dangerous Woman: Martha Wright and Women's Rights 2004, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst

ISBN-13: 9781558494473

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A Very Dangerous Woman: Martha Wright and Women's Rights 2004, University of Massachusetts Press

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