Anne Knight

Standard Name: Knight, Anne


Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Anthologization Helen Waddell
HW 's sister preserved all her letters, and a chaotic mass of other manuscript material. Meg would have burned these if Monica Blackett had not wished to use them in her biography.
Blackett, Monica. The Mark of the Maker: A Portrait of Helen Waddell. Constable, 1973.
HW 's...
Textual Production Ann Taylor Gilbert
ATG wrote to Anne Knight expressing opposition to women's suffrage.
Gilbert, Ann Taylor. Autobiography and Other Memorials of Mrs. Gilbert. Editor Gilbert, Josiah, H. S. King, 1874. http://U of A, HSS Ruth N , http://U of A, HSS Ruth N .
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1 August 1834
The Slavery Abolition Act or Emancipation Bill came into effect in the British Empire.
14 November 1834
George Stephen told Anne Knight that women, banded together in Ladies' Societies, deserved most credit for the recent Abolition Act.
June 1840
American women were refused entry as delegates to the first World Anti-Slavery Convention held in London.
May 1852


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