Lucy Stone

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Noun1.Lucy Stone - United States feminist and suffragist (1818-1893)
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Lucy Stone to Henry Blackwell, December 30, 1853, in Leslie Wheeler, ed.
reported these clashes along with stirring legal rhetoric from the Garners' lawyer, John Jolliffe ("my clients would go singing to the gallows" rather than return to the "seething, boiling hot hell of American slavery"), and political rhetoric from abolitionist Lucy Stone (comparing Margaret to "those who fought the battle of liberty on Bunker's Hill").
After counsel had read out the model's statement to the court in support of her petition, Miss Lucy Stone, for Jagger, said as the case was totally uncontested she had nothing to add on the musician's behalf.
For her speech, 11-year-old Jenny researched and wrote the life story of women's rights pioneer Lucy Stone.
Through these articles, Stanton gained admirers, including Sara Grimke and Lucy Stone.
Instead, they acknowledged a number of important forerunners, including abolitionist and anti-slavery meetings and conventions, the lecture tours that speakers such as Angelina Grimke and Lucy Stone had undertaken in the 1830s and 1840s, and the national women's rights conventions that began in 1850.
Buck, chairman of the Warren Historical Commission, will speak about West Brookfield native Lucy Stone (1818-1893), a leader of the women's suffrage movement, 7 p.
My City Year experience fueled my desire to continue my education and pursue a Masters in Social Work," said Maddie Carson, City Year alum '09 & '10, who served the students of the Lucy Stone School and Young Achievers Science and Mathematics School during her two years in Boston.
A mare appreciating her return to Kilbeggan was Lucy Stone.
Left, fellow pupil Jenny Ventura, 11, gives her speech on Lucy Stone.
BOSTON, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- John Hancock Financial Services and its elementary school partners, the Samuel Mason Elementary School in Roxbury and Lucy Stone Elementary School in Dorchester, today hosted the sixth annual Boston Marathon Kenya Project.
The Society is now seeking nominations for the 2015 Lucy Stone Achievement Award and the Irving and Jane England Award.