Chapman, Maria Weston

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Chapman, Maria Weston,

1806–85, American abolitionist, b. Weymouth, Mass. In 1834 she became a close associate of William Lloyd Garrison, helped organize the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, and for several years was treasurer of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. She edited (1877) the autobiography of her friend Harriet Martineau.
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Maria Weston, PhD, RN - Chief Executive Officer, American Nurses Association Healthcare at a Turning Point: Seizing the Opportunity
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Leading Boston abolitionist Maria Weston Chapman becomes at one point in Nelson's narrative "a patron named Mrs.
Maria Weston told a jury yesterday that Clarke turned up to a pre-arranged meeting with her in Tuebrook, 10 minutes after Mr Lawler was shot dead in Netherley.
Maria Weston told a jury that Clarke turned up to a pre-arranged meeting with her in Tuebrook, 10 minutes after Mr Lawlor was shot dead in Netherley.
None of the leading women antislavery activists--Lucretia Mott, Abby Kelley, the Grimke sisters, Maria Weston Chapman, or Lydia Maria Child--followed this route from colonizarionist to abolitionist.
Contact any of the CCYD Coordinators for local questions: Corinna Chavez in Austin at 512/708-4590; Rhoney Triplett in Savannah at 912/651-6815; and Maria Weston in St.
Clarke maintained the reason was purely for the safety of the people who are vouching for him, his cousin Neil Banks and his ex-girlfriend Maria Weston.
Like black soldiers during the war, black anti-slavery agents did not receive as much pay as white, and Douglass was rebuffed when he asked Maria Weston Chapman, who as secretary handled finances, for equality of salary or conditions.