Female Anti-Slavery Convention in New York

Title

Female Anti-Slavery Convention in New York

Description

The National Female Anti-Slavery Convention in 1837 was the 1st convention where women discussed women's rights. Delegates traveled to NYC for 4 days of debate. Lucretia Mott was there, and so were the Grimke sisters. Ira V. Brown describes their resolutions:

Creator

Daily Suffragist

Date

28/08/2019

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Citation

Daily Suffragist, “Female Anti-Slavery Convention in New York,” Daily Suffragist, accessed September 21, 2021, https://dailysuffragist.omeka.net/items/show/9.

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