From “What Every American Should Know About Women’s History” by Christine Lunardini, Ph.D.

“When Belva Lockwood was widowed for the first time in 1853, she moved with her young daughter to Washington, DC, in hopes of finding suitable [...]

From “Harriet Tubman, Conductor on the Underground Railroad,” by Ann Petry

“...Two days later, a slave working beside Harriet in the fields motioned to her.  She bent toward him, listening.  He said the water boy had [...]

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Address before U. S. Senate February 20, 1892  

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, "Solitude of Self," Address before the U. S. Senate Committee on Woman Suffrage, February 20, 1892  Being one of her last public [...]

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