Doers and dreamers: social reformers of the nineteenth century
Brief biographies of fourteen nine-teenth-century men and women involved in such reform movements as women's rights, temperance, and the abolition of slavery.
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19th century abolition of slavery Amelia Bloomer Amelia Jenks Bloomer American Woman's Suffrage Amos Bronson Alcott Anthony and Elizabeth Anthony Comstock Anti-Slavery Auld AWSA Battle Hymn believed blind bloomer costume born Boston Civil complex marriage daughter decided devoted died Elizabeth Cady Stanton Ellen Starr established experiment famous father Frederick Douglass Fruitlands girls Glory Harmony Harmony's hospital Hull House husband ideas important insane Jane Addams John Humphrey Noyes John Noyes Julia Ward later leader lectured liquor lived magazine married Massachusetts jail mentally ill Miss Anthony Miss Dix mother National Woman's Suffrage Neal Dow Oneida Community Perfectionists Perkins Institution poor president Quaker read and write right to vote Robert Owen Samuel Gridley Seneca Falls served slave social reforms Society spent teaching temperance cause Union army visited woman Woman's Suffrage Association women women's rights movement write The Battle wrote York young