Sarah Alden Ripley - Influential Women in History
This book is part of a series on historical female figures. It features Sarah Alden Ripley, wife of Samuel Ripley, with whom she played a significant role in the Unitarian movement. She was notable for her great and largely self-taught knowledge of the classics, modern languages, philosophy, botany, chemistry and astronomy, in an age when women were rarely educated.
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