Lucy Stone


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Noun1.Lucy Stone - United States feminist and suffragist (1818-1893)
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Written in a straightforward narrative covering Stone's life from birth to death, Lucy Stone will appeal to those who know little or nothing about her, a not insignificant audience.
Lucy Stone (above) spoke out about a woman's right to last name choice and other rights.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced in Boston today that the next ships of the next generation of fleet replenishment oilers will be named USNS Lucy Stone (T-AO 209) and USNS Sojourner Truth (T-AO 210).
Indeed, now that Morris has documented Oberlin's importance as a western centre of antislavery, it is time for another scholar to follow the careers of female graduates such as Lucy Stone and Mary Terrell back East where Oberlin alumnae helped shape the women's rights movement.
The Lucy Stone Award will be given to Stephanie Benoit, New Braintree.
The Provincial Freeman reported favourably on a Toronto visit by well-known American suffragist Lucy Stone in 1855.
Their opposition, led by Lucy Stone, formed the American Woman Suffrage Association (AWSA).
BORN CHUCK Berry, rock'n'roll star, 1926, MARTINA Navratilova, tennis star, 1956 LEE Harvey Oswald, assassin, 1939, above DIED THOMAS Edison, above, entrepreneur, 1931 WILLIAM Waldorf Astor, politician, 1919 LUCY Stone, women's activist, 1893
Audiences showered orators Frances Wright and Lucy Stone with epithets; the 1893 Chicago World's Fair included a Woman's Building, where the busts that became the Portrait Monument were initially displayed, but it was built far from the fair's central buildings; Amelia Schauer, a telephone operator (one of thousands who were hired toward the end of the nineteenth century), was arrested under suspicion of being a prostitute, simply for walking in a public place one night.
Hers is a tale of the ideological, political, and often intensely personal disputes that pitted former political allies in the abolitionist cause--including Wendell Phillips, Lucy Stone, Frederick Douglass, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Susan B.
Ms Smyth has instructed QEB silk Lucy Stone QC to act on Cheryl's behalf when the case eventually goes to court.
The Fonze has proved a great servant to the Eoin Doyle yard and the nine-year-old registered his 12th career win under both codes when he got the better of Lucy Stone in the 2m3f handicap hurdle.