How Did Lucretia Mott Combine Her Commitments to
Antislavery and Women's Rights, 1840-1860?

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Abstract

Introduction

Editorial Practices

Document 1: Lucretia Mott to Maria Weston Chapman, 29 July 1840.

Document 2: Lucretia Mott to Elizabeth Pease, 18 February 1841.

Document 3: Lucretia Mott to Richard Webb and Hannah Webb, 25 February 1842.

Document 4: Lucretia Mott to Elizabeth Pease, 28 April 1846.

Document 5:Lucretia Mott to James Mott, c. 4 June and 20 June 1849.

Document 6: Lucretia Mott to Sydney H. Gay, 13 April 1850.

Document 7: Lucretia Mott to the Salem, Ohio, Woman’s Convention, 13 April 1850.

Document 8: Lucretia Mott to William Lloyd Garrison and Helen Garrison, 11 September 1851.

Document 9: Lucretia Mott to Lucy Stone, 16 August 1852.

Document 10: Lucretia Mott to John Ketcham, 30 August 1852.

Document 11:Lucretia Mott to Hannah M. Darlington, 11 January 1853.

Document 12: Lucretia Mott to Elizabeth Neall Gay, 9 October 1854.

Document 13:Lucretia Mott to Martha Coffin Wright, 5 September 1855

Document 14:Lucretia Mott to Elizabeth Neall Gay, 7 May 1858.

Document 15:Lucretia Mott to Anna Temple Brown and Martha Coffin Wright, 31 May 1859.

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