Jewish Sabbath Journal.
, along with her sister
, put forward in print a two-sided message. On the one hand they called for greater understanding among Christians of Jewish culture and greater toleration (in the context of early Victorian legal and civil restrictions). On the other they advocated that Jewish women should be emancipated from religious institutions and practices into greater autonomy and a higher level of education. Their voices were among the first to put forward these arguments.
was a teacher, poet, short-story writer, and founder and editor of the first Jewish women's periodical, the