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Women’s Rights Emerges within the Antislavery Movement, 1830–1870

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Women’s Rights Emerges within the Antislavery Movement, 1830–1870
Palgrave Macmillan US

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction: “Our Rights as Moral Beings”
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    Chapter 2 Lucretia Mott
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    Chapter 3 Constitution of the Afric-American Female Intelligence Society: 1831
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    Chapter 4 Maria Stewart
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    Chapter 5 Maria Stewart
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    Chapter 6 Maria Stewart
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    Chapter 7 American Anti-Slavery Society
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    Chapter 8 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 9 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 10 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 11 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 12 Sarah and Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 13 Angelina and Sarah Grimké
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    Chapter 14 Sarah Forten
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    Chapter 15 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 16 Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women
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    Chapter 17 Catharine E. Beecher
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    Chapter 18 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 19 Maria Chapman
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    Chapter 20 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 21 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 22 Sarah and Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 23 Pastoral Letter: The General Association of Massachusetts to Churches under Their Care: July 1837
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    Chapter 24 Lecture by Albert Folsom, Pastor, Universalist Church: Hingham, Mass., August 27, 1837
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    Chapter 25 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 26 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 27 Theodore Weld
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    Chapter 28 John Greenleaf Whittier
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    Chapter 29 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 30 Resolutions Adopted by the Providence, Rhode Island, Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Society: October 21, 1837
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    Chapter 31 Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society
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    Chapter 32 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 33 Sarah Grimké
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    Chapter 34 Sarah Grimké
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    Chapter 35 Angelina Grimké Weld
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    Chapter 36 Henry Clarke Wright
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    Chapter 37 Angelina Grimké
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    Chapter 38 Lydia Maria Child
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    Chapter 39 The Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society
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    Chapter 40 Elizabeth Cady Stanton
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    Chapter 41 Elizabeth Cady Stanton
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    Chapter 42 Elizabeth Cady Stanton
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    Chapter 43 Report of the Woman’s Rights Convention: Seneca Falls, N.Y., July 19–20, 1848
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    Chapter 44 Sojourner Truth
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    Chapter 45 Abby H. Price
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    Chapter 46 Proceedings of the Colored Convention: Cleveland, September 6, 1848
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    Chapter 47 “Woman’s Rights”: October 1, 1849
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    Chapter 48 “Just Treatment of Licentious Men”: January 1838
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    Chapter 49 Henry Clarke Wright
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    Chapter 50 Jane Swisshelm
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    Chapter 51 Parker Pillsbury
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    Chapter 52 Jane Swisshelm
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    Chapter 53 Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
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    Chapter 54 Equal Rights Association
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    Chapter 55 Founding of the National Woman Suffrage Association: New York, 1869
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Title
Women’s Rights Emerges within the Antislavery Movement, 1830–1870
Published by
Palgrave Macmillan US, September 2016
DOI 10.1007/978-1-137-04527-0
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978-1-349-62638-0, 978-1-137-04527-0
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Sklar, Kathryn Kish

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