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Lucy Stone (1818–1893), who along with Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Livermore, largely created the nineteenth-century women’s rights movement. She lectured in support of women’s rights and abolition. Stone went on to help organize the American Woman Suffrage Association; found the movement’s most influential publication, the Woman’s Journal; and help reunite the fractured women’s suffrage movement.
- Lucy Stone
- Black, James Wallace, 1825-1896
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