Lucretia Mott 

 


A Great American Religious Leader

 

by Leah Aubrey

 

 

Introduction

Early Influences

Abolitionism

African American Citizenship and Suffrage

The "Woman Question"

Seneca Falls Convention

Divorce and Temperance

Suffrage

Conclusion

Bibliography

 

http://www.quaker.org/mott

This page was created by Leah Aubrey.

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Lucretia Mott was a nineteenth-century American abolitionist and feminist who changed society in her quest to help African Americans and women.

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