Lucretia Mott

Standard Name: Mott, Lucretia

Connections

Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Friends, Associates Marion Reid
Despite the restrictions placed on Americans at the Convention, it is likely that MR met there Lucretia Mott and Lydia Child .
Helsinger, Elizabeth K., Robin Lauterbach Sheets, and William Veeder. The Woman Question. Garland, 1983.
1: 14
McFadden, Margaret. Golden Cables of Sympathy. University of Kentucky Press, 1999.
20
Nearly fifty years later, through Caroline Ashurst Biggs (editor of...
Friends, Associates Sojourner Truth
ST 's vocation brought her into contact with many eminent people, from Abraham Lincoln downwards. She shared a platform with Frederick Douglass on a famous occasion when she challenged his faith by demanding whether God...
Friends, Associates Mary Carpenter
In BostonMC met Julia Ward Howe and Lucretia Mott . At Howard College she was introduced by Frederick Douglass , an old friend.
Carpenter, J. Estlin. The Life and Work of Mary Carpenter. MacMillan and Co., 1881.
330-1, 323
Friends, Associates Frances E. W. Harper
Her work for women's rights and racial equality in the United States led to relationships with Elizabeth Cady Stanton , Harriet Tubman , Frederick Douglass , Susan B. Anthony , and Lucretia Mott .
Boyd, Melba Joyce. Discarded Legacy. Wayne State University Press, 1994.
116-17, 126, 225
Friends, Associates Jessie White Mario
While in the USA they met like-minded people, including Lucretia Mott and William Lloyd Garrison .
Daniels, Elizabeth Adams. Jessie White Mario: Risorgimento Revolutionary. Ohio University Press, 1972.
81
Literary responses Elizabeth Heyrick
The United States was more generous in its praise than England, or at any rate than London. Benjamin Lundy , William Lloyd Garrison , Frederick Douglass , and Lucretia Mott all admired her, and for...
politics Marion Reid
In June 1840, MR attended the General Anti-Slavery Convention in London, together with Anna Brownell Jameson , Amelia Opie , and Lady Byron . She was the only Scotswoman present.
Johnston, Judith. Anna Jameson: Victorian, Feminist, Woman of Letters. Scolar Press, 1997.
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Ewan, Elizabeth, Sue Innes, and Siân Reynolds. The Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women : From the Earliest Times to 2004. Edinburgh University Press, 2006.
MR was shocked...
politics Harriet Beecher Stowe
HBS was drawn into debates about abolition during the 1830s but failed to become radicalized or to see the feminist implications perceived by other abolitionists such as the Grimkésisters , Elizabeth Cady Stanton ...
politics Anna Swanwick
AS was politically outraged by the treatment of Lucretia Mott and others who had travelled from the USA to attend the London Anti-Slavery Convention, and were told that women could not be admitted to the...
politics Mary Ann Shadd Cary
MASC , who had long been an advocate of women's rights and suffrage, became more actively involved in supporting these movements after the Civil War. In 1878 she was invited by Susan B. Anthony and...
Textual Features Emily Faithfull
Here EF relates the story of her lecture tours in the USA, with her meetings with Elizabeth Cady Stanton , Lucretia Mott , and others.
Stone, James S. Emily Faithfull: Victorian Champion of Women’s Rights. P. D. Meany, 1994.
29, 199
Her survey of the situation of American...
Textual Features Millicent Garrett Fawcett
Her authors run from Jane Austen and some contemporaries to Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Harriet Martineau . Elizabeth Fry , Mary Carpenter , and Florence Nightingale represent philanthropy, Caroline Herschel and Mary Somerville science, and...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Rebecca Harding Davis
RHD touches on public matters too. She keenly recalls the prejudice against Abolitionists in the period leading up to the Civil War, and records a glancing contact with John Brown , and her impressions of...

Timeline

June 1840
American women were refused entry as delegates to the first World Anti-Slavery Convention held in London.