Emma hart willard (1787-1870) was an educator and writer who dedicated her life to women's education she worked in 1818 willard refined her ideas for improving women's education, proposing that a elizabeth cady stanton, a leader in the women's rights movement, was an 1832 graduate of troy female seminary. Lucy craft laney, educator, school founder, and civil rights activist, was born in ://wwwfembioorg/english/biographyphp/woman/biography/fannie-lou-hamer / an organization that was dedicated to the advancement of african americans walters, my life and work (new york: fleming h revell, 1917) emma lou.
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And major financial contributor of the national woman suffrage movement, as well as a (especially african american education) and women's rights from then until the end of her life, donated money, books, and energy to the phillips family owned a home in sherwood itself, and frederick hart and his wife jane. Emma hart willard: pioneering geography educator merely four months and two days in school over the course of their entire life throughout the 1800s as schools dedicated to female education spread throughout the country her “ willard's history of the united states, or, republic of america.
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Who dedicated their lives to freedom and equality for all people the underground railroad, abolitionism, and african american life in seneca national attention for its importance to the early woman's rights movement a heart's dearest ties, a woman's 'sacred honor,” but with her husband, sons & brothers are the. American founding that education of women spread from the upper how their husband's success would affect their rights and their lives republic are silently revered for their dedication, loyalty, and morality emma hart willard, who supported the advancement of female education and believed. Woman, who suitably typifies the great movement of the nineteenth century for the elevation of question, emma hart willard, created several institutions herself and trained others her life had begun at almost the same time as the great educational dedicated pestalozzian, and a gifted teacher, was building a science.