Carpenter, J. Estlin. The Life and Work of Mary Carpenter. MacMillan and Co.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Friends, Associates||Sojourner Truth|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Carpenter|
|Friends, Associates||Frances E. W. Harper|
|Friends, Associates||Jessie White Mario|
|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 .
Nearly fifty years later, through Caroline Ashurst Biggs (editor of...
Helsinger, Elizabeth K. et al. The Woman Question. Garland.
McFadden, Margaret. Golden Cables of Sympathy. University of Kentucky Press.
|Literary responses||Elizabeth Heyrick|
|politics||Mary Ann Shadd Cary|
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.
MR was shocked...
Johnston, Judith. Anna Jameson: Victorian, Feminist, Woman of Letters. Scolar Press.
Ewan, Elizabeth et al. The Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women : From the Earliest Times to 2004. Edinburgh University Press.
|politics||Harriet Beecher Stowe|
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...
|Textual Features||Emily Faithfull|
|Textual Features||Millicent Garrett Fawcett|
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Rebecca Harding Davis|
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