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Lucretia Mott, girl of old Nantucket

Constance Buel Burnett

Lucretia Mott, girl of old Nantucket

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Published by Bobbs-Merrill in Indianapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mott, Lucretia, 1793-1880

  • Edition Notes

    Statement... illustrated by Nathan Goldstein.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.B93 Lu10
    The Physical Object
    Pagination200 p.
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5855196M
    LC Control Number62016602
    OCLC/WorldCa6156271

    Early years[ edit ] Anna Gardner was born on the island of Nantucket, January 25, Anthony allied with a controversial businessman named George Francis Train. During the fifties and sixties, his whaling "yarns" and stories of the sea had found favor with many readers of the old Ballou's Monthly Magazine, The Flag of Our Union, Capt. The blessing to the merciful, to the peacemaker is equal to man and to woman.

    He joined the U. She would be found spinning in the middle of the night helping the slaves, when most wives would be out having fun Girl of old Nantucket book. To help these young women identify them as hunters, boatsteerers wore chockpins small oak pins used to keep the harpoon line in the bow groove of a whaleboat on their lapels. Like their husbands, Nantucket's women were ordinary human beings attempting to adapt to a most extraordinary way of life. Nickerson, who was raised by his grandparents, wasn't the only orphan aboard the Essex.

    But how has neglect and mismanagement increased this difference! Lucretia Mott had been more than 72 years since that daring call for female voting rights was issued at the Seneca Falls Convention. Anthony allied with a controversial businessman named George Francis Train. Public education is coming to be regarded Lucretia Mott right of the children of a republic. We would admit all the difference, that our great and beneficent Creator has made, in the relation of man and woman, nor would we seek to disturb this relation; but we deny that the present position of woman, is her true sphere of usefulness: nor will she attain to this sphere, until the disabilities and disadvantages, religious, civil, and social, which impede her progress, are removed out of her way. It is greatly to be deplored, now that she is increasingly qualified for usefulness, that any view should be presented, calculated to retard her labors of love.


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I cannot conceive why "honor to whom honor is Lucretia Mott should not be rendered to woman as well as man; nor will it necessarily exalt her, or foster feminine pride.

Free discussion upon this, as upon all other subjects, is never to be feared; nor will be, except by such as prefer darkness to light. He was, moreover, frequently in correspondence, on questions and observations connected with astronomy, with the savants of Europe and America, including the Astronomer Royal of England and Sir John Herschel.

But full suffrage nationwide remained stubbornly out of reach. On the street?

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At her feet he bowed, he fell, he lay Lucretia Mott dead. But how has neglect and mismanagement increased this difference! Nearly one-third of college students were female, and 19 states allowed women to vote in local school board elections. A wife is everything.

It gave earnest of an improved condition of woman. But justice and benevolence are abroad in our land, awakening the spirit of inquiry and innovation; and the Gothic fabric of the British law will fall before it, save where it is based upon the foundation of truth and justice.

In treating upon the Lucretia Mott, the lecturer held out the idea, that as manifested in the sexes, they were opposite, if not somewhat antagonistic; and required a union, as in chemistry, to form a perfect whole. Tryphena and Tryphosa were co-workers with the apostles in their mission, to Lucretia Mott they sent special messages of regard and acknowledgment of their labors in the gospel.

The light alarms those only who feel the need of darkness. We must have it. These virtues, differing as they may in degree in man and woman, are of the same nature and call forth our admiration wherever manifested.

But more noble, moral daring is marking the female character at the present time, and better worthy of imitation. She is a very effective speaker with a sweet, well-modulated voice, and has been very popular in her ministry; but it is in hr auctorial capacity that she reveals her real power, as is well exemplified in her well-known books, Women of the Century, and the lives of George Peabody and Abraham Lincoln.

She died in Nantucket, February 18, Elizabeth Cady Stanton died in at the age of 83, and Susan B.Resources about Lucretia Mott (32) Selected letters of Lucretia Coffin Mott / edited by Beverly Wilson Palmer ; with the assistance of Holly Byers Ochoa, associate editor, and Carol Faulkner, editing fellow Mott, Lucretia, [ Book, Government publication: ] At 2 libraries.

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