The Resource [Letter to] My dear Maria

[Letter to] My dear Maria

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[Letter to] My dear Maria
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[Letter to] My dear Maria
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eng
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1793-1880
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Mott, Lucretia
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letters
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dictionaries
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1806-1885
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Chapman, Maria Weston
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  • Chapman, Maria Weston
  • Mott, Lucretia
  • Child, David Lee
  • Child
  • Hildreth, Richard
  • Hopper, Anna M.
  • Neall, Daniel
  • Whittier, John Greenleaf
  • Antislavery movements
  • Women abolitionists
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[Letter to] My dear Maria
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  • Holograph, signed
  • In this letter, Lucretia Mott comments on the new book, Despotism in America, which she has "since read with deep interest." [Despotism in America is by Richard Hildreth, Boston, 1840.] Lucretia Mott wishes David Lee Child and Lydia Maria Child would settle in Philadelphia. Anna M. Hopper wishes that Mrs. Child would open a school for young children, but Lucretia Mott is more concerned that she should be sent to the World's Convention. In reference to the division between the New and Old Organizations, Lucretia Mott hopes that J. G. Whittier will have his eyes opened, but he "seems to be blinded." She describes an incident in Smyrna, Delaware, where D. Neall was tarred and feathered
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1 online resource (1 leaf (4 pages))
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online
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remote
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[Letter to] My dear Maria
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Publication
Note
  • Holograph, signed
  • In this letter, Lucretia Mott comments on the new book, Despotism in America, which she has "since read with deep interest." [Despotism in America is by Richard Hildreth, Boston, 1840.] Lucretia Mott wishes David Lee Child and Lydia Maria Child would settle in Philadelphia. Anna M. Hopper wishes that Mrs. Child would open a school for young children, but Lucretia Mott is more concerned that she should be sent to the World's Convention. In reference to the division between the New and Old Organizations, Lucretia Mott hopes that J. G. Whittier will have his eyes opened, but he "seems to be blinded." She describes an incident in Smyrna, Delaware, where D. Neall was tarred and feathered
Extent
1 online resource (1 leaf (4 pages))
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote

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