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Lydia Maria Francis Child correspondence

Lydia Maria Francis Child

Lydia Maria Francis Child correspondence

by Lydia Maria Francis Child

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Correspondence

  • About the Edition

    Letters (1856 December 2-1876 January 25) from Child to John Greenleaf Whittier and others.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination26
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25261717M
    LC Control Number79000488

    Lydia Child was born in Massachusetts and became known as an abolitionist for her tract entitled, "Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans called Africans," (). From the description of Correspondence of Lydia Maria Francis Child, (Unknown). WorldCat record id: Child, Lydia Maria, Correspondence with. Lydia Maria Francis Child, born Febru in Medford, Massachusetts, United States - died July 7, was an American author and abolitionist. The popularity and moral force of the American author Lydia Maria Francis Child contributed to the impact radical abolitionists exerted on the antislavery debate that preceded the Civil War. Lydia Maria Francis was born in Medford, Mass., of an.

    Lydia Maria Child. Lydia Maria Francis was born in Medford, Massachusetts, Febru Her ancestor, Richard Francis, came from England in and settled in Cambridge, where his tombstone may be still seen in the burial ground. Her paternal grandfather, a weaver . Filed under: Abolitionists -- United States -- Correspondence. Letters of Lydia Maria Child, With a Biographical Introduction by John G. Whittier and an Appendix by Wendell Phillips (Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., ), by Lydia Maria Child, ed. by Harriet Winslow Sewall, contrib. by John Greenleaf Whittier and Wendell.

      Lydia Maria Francis Child established herself as a respected novelist before her rational approach to abolitionism cost her career. An influential thinker, Child managed to rebuild her reputation and became one of the most respected abolitionists of the time. Child was born on Febru in Medford, Massachusetts. Lydia Maria Child was born Lydia Maria Francis in Medford, Massachusetts in February, Francis was born into an abolitionist family and was greatly influenced by her brother, Convers, who would later become a Unitarian Clergyman.


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Introduction. Lydia Maria Child, née Francis (b. ), the daughter of a baker in Medford, Massachusetts, and almost entirely self-educated, rose to fame at age twenty-two with the publication of her novel Hobomok: A Tale of Early Times () and remained a household name and a central figure in 19th-century American culture for the next five decades.

Lydia Maria Child From at talk titled, “Here are some of her accomplishments” by Jane Sciacca, October Mrs. Child has been honored by her election to the National Women’s Hall of Fame, and the National Abolition Hall of Fame.May, By Tricia Patterson Well-known abolitionist, activist, and author Lydia Maria Child was born in Medford, Massachusetts on Febru She was the youngest of six children born to baker and real-estate operator David Convers Francis and his wife, Susanna Rand Francis.

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Her journals, both fiction and domestic manuals reached wide audiences from the s through the s. At times she shocked her audience as she tried.