Perhaps Rose's relationship with her husband, William, her constant source of emotional and financial support, left her less in need of female friendship and more able to focus on speaking than the husbandless Anthony and the badly married Lucy Stone
. Or, perhaps, she rightly registered and refused to excuse intolerance (anti-immigrationism, anti-Semitism) that others, who perceived their biases as "natural," were unable to record.
(71.) Lucy Stone
eventually married Henry Blackwell; her friend Antoinette Brown married his brother, Samuel Blackwell.
's role in the history of American feminism is certainly better known than that of the individualistic intellectual Margaret Fuller, but Stone, as a leader of the more conservative American Women's Suffrage Association, has not received the historical attention given to her colleagues in the competing, more radical National Women's Suffrage Association.
(1818-1893) was born in Massachusetts, the eighth of nine children.
She is the author of several articles on domestic service, including "The Domestic Balance of Power.- Relations between Mistress and Maid in Nineteenth-Century New England," Labor History 9987), and coeditor Of Friends and Sisters: Letters between Lucy Stone
and Antoinette Brown Blackwell, 1846-1893 fl987).
With her husband, Lucy Stone
edited the Woman's Journal (1872 - 93).
Simultaneously, the grassroots activism of Stanton and Anthony's rivals, particularly that of individuals such as Lucy Stone
, who led the American Woman Suffrage Association, largely disappeared from historical memory just as their archival remains were heavily excised from the History of Woman Suffrage.
The Provincial Freeman reported favourably on a Toronto visit by well-known American suffragist Lucy Stone
Buck, chairman of the Warren Historical Commission, will speak about West Brookfield native Lucy Stone
(1818-1893), a leader of the women's suffrage movement, 7 p.m.
In response to scholarship that tries to temper the relentless focus on Stanton and Anthony, Dudden says that the pair "cannot be replaced by a broader cast of grassroots feminists, or swapped out for a truer heroine in Lucy Stone
, because they were so widely influential." She goes on to argue that "Stanton and Anthony chose the movement's strategies and crafted the arguments with which women's cause became identified." She endeavors to show how the feminist-abolition coalition was created, how Stanton and Anthony emerged as leaders, and why they moved from supporting abolition to demanding the vote.
A mare appreciating her return to Kilbeggan was Lucy Stone
. She had failed to progress since winning her bumper here last September, but under a confident ride from Tom Doyle she took control of the 2m3f handicap hurdle three out and kept up the gallop from there to beat the staying-on Something Grand by four lengths.