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Elizabeth Webb was an acknowledged Quaker minister. In 1712, she became acquainted with Anthony William Boehm, to whom she wrote of her spiritual and corporeal journeys. Bohem, was so impressed that he circulated this it among the court and into the…

This first edition of Life and Letters, edited by their granddaughter Anna Davis Hallowell, is the first complete biography of Lucretia Mott, who was a pioneer in the reform movements of the 19th-century including abolition, suffrage, and temperance.…

Original diaries of Elizabeth and Lucy provide insight into their involvement with the antislavery movement.
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