Lucy stone if you know (or are) a woman who decided to keep her own surname after getting married, she is continuing a tradition started by lucy stone born in 1818, stone married a fellow activist and initially changed her name, but decided to change it back a year later. Lucy stone - wikipedia lucy stone (august 13, 1818 â€“ october 18, 1893) was a prominent us orator, abolitionist, and suffragist, and a vocal advocate and organizer promoting rights for women in 1847, stone became the first woman from massachusetts to earn a college degree. American abolitionist and feminist born into slavery, she escaped in 1827 and became a leading preacher against slavery and for the rights of women, united states abolitionist and feminist who was freed from slavery and became a leading advocate of the abolition of slavery and for the rights of women (1797-1883. Facts about lucy stone narrate the information of the famous american orator, suffragist and abolitionist she was born on 13 august 1818 and died on 18th october 1893 she struggled hard for the benefits of women she also promoted rights of women.
Add text, web link, video & audio hotspots on top of your image and 360 content. Lucy stone was a key figure in the american woman’s rights movement for nearly a half century, bringing it from tutelage within the abolitionist movement to full organizational autonomy firmly committed to natural rights irrespective of sex, stone maintained a distance from more controversial gender issues, such as divorce and free love. Encompassing stone’s marriage to henry blackwell and the birth of their daughter alice, as well as her significant friendships with frederick douglass, susan b anthony, and others, mcmillen’s biography paints a complete picture of stone’s influential and eminently important life and work.
Today in mighty girl history, suffragist, orator, and abolitionist lucy stone -- one of the most significant early women's rights leaders in the united states -- published the first issue of the long-running and highly influential suffragist periodical woman’s journal in 1870. Wendell phillips (november 29, 1811 – february 2, 1884) was an american abolitionist, advocate for native americans, orator, and attorney contents 1 early life and education. Lucy stone was also a fierce abolitionist and a passionate public speaker on behalf of women’s rights in general, picking up the mantle for all of these issues of injustice lucy stone was born on coy’s hill in rural west brookfield, massachusetts. Whereas american women of every race, class and ethnic background have made historic contributions to the growth and strength of our nation in countless recorded and unrecorded ways from its inception, the women's movement touched the lives of countless women of all races, ages, cultures, ethnic traditions and ways of life.
Lucy stone (1818-1893), american abolitionist, temperance worker, and woman's-suffrage leader, was the first important suffragist to retain her maiden name after marrying lucy stone was born in west brookfield, mass, on aug 13, 1818. American abolitionist and suffragist edit language label description also known as english: de lucy stone, circa []–[] (spanish) 1 reference imported from wikimedia project stone, lucy, 1818-1893 0 references us national archives identifier 10568203. Famed abolitionist and feminist lucy stone, writing in her publication, woman’s journal, called the ruling “the greatest practical woman’s rights in massachusetts” not everyone i.
The following year, stone was hired by william lloyd garrison and wendell phillips as an agent and organizer for the american anti-slavery society in this role she traveled the country giving speeches on abolition and women’s rights. New england woman suffrage association the new england woman suffrage association ( newsa ) was established in november 1868 to campaign for the right of women to vote in the us its principal leaders were julia ward howe , its first president, and lucy stone , who later became president. Lucy stone an unapologetic life sally g mcmillen fills a notable gap in the history of the woman's rights movement by telling the story of lucy stone, a highly important figure who is often overshadowed by the likes of susan b anthony, and elizabeth cady stanton.
In 1869 severance joined lucy stone in organizing the american woman suffrage association women's movement women’s movement , diverse social movement, largely based in the united states, seeking equal rights and opportunities for women in their economic activities, their personal lives, and politics. What she is known for: lucy stone, one of the famous women in history, was an american orator, abolitionist and suffragette she became the first woman from massachusetts to earn a college degree, and she spoke out for women’s rights and against slavery, at a time when women were prevented from speaking in public. Lucy stone (1818 - 1893) was a 19th-century feminist and abolitionist who is known for keeping her own name after marriage she married into the blackwell family her husband's sisters included pioneer physicians elizabeth blackwell and emily blackwell. Cassey, an abolitionist, temperance and civil rights activist and founding member of the interracial philadelphia female anti-slavery society and the african american literary and science society, gilbert lyceum, was the daughter of new york black community leader, reverend peter williams.
American abolitionists and antislavery activists, comprehensive list of abolitionist and anti-slavery activists and organizations in the united states, including historic biographies and anti-slavery timelines, bibliographies, etc. Frederick douglass (1818–1895), a former slave whose memoirs, narrative of the life of frederick douglass, an american slave (1845) and my bondage and my freedom (1855), abby kelley foster, with a strong quaker heritage, helped lead susan b anthony and lucy stone into the abolition movement. Steadfast in her belief of self and ability to change the world, lucy stone stands as a historical titan, her “unapologetic life” a model of a revolutionary born near west brookfield, massachusetts in 1818,  stone graduated from oberlin college in 1847, becoming the first massachusetts woman. A prominent american orator, abolitionist, and suffragist, and a vocal advocate and organizer promoting rights for women.