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Sojourner Truth and Frances Harper were two African-American women born in slavery and became active in lectures and public speaking. They made a strong impression on everyone who heard them and they were able to deliver strong political messages. In Boston women like Maria Weston Chapman and Lydia Maria Child were starting to oppose slavery in public...
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In Boston women like Maria Weston Chapman and Lydia Maria Child were starting to oppose slavery in public. They founded Female Anti-Slavery Society which had both blacks and whites as their members. In the mid 1830s white working women did not accept lowering on their wages in New England mills...
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