Lucy Stone

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In History
  • Birth of Lucy Stone

    Birth of Lucy Stone
    Lucy Stone was born in a farm near West Brookfield, Massachusetts.
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    Stone's Life

  • Graduation From Oberlin College

    Graduation From Oberlin College
    After graduation, she lectured her first speech in a church pastored by her brother and worked for the American Anti-Slavery Society
  • Organized the first national women's rights convention in Worcester, Massachusetts

    Organized the first national women's rights convention in Worcester, Massachusetts
  • National Woman's Rights Convention in Syracuse, New York

    National Woman's Rights Convention in Syracuse, New York
    Her speech at that convention was responsible for converting Susan B. Anthony into feminism.
  • Stone married Henry Blackwell

    Stone married Henry Blackwell
    Although she got married to a man, she never gave up her ideals and beliefs for it. They both lived independently of one another and with equal rights.
    Lucy declined to take her husbamd's last name and retained her maiden name.
  • Lucy gave birth to Alice

    Lucy gave birth to Alice
    She gave up her career as a lecturer to properly raise her daughter.
  • Stone parted ways with Susan B. Anthony

    Stone parted ways with Susan B. Anthony
    Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Stanton protested against the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments whereas Lucy full supported them
  • Stone co-founded the AWSA with Blackwell and Julia Howe.

    Stone co-founded the AWSA with Blackwell and Julia Howe.
    This organization was founded as a support for the Fifteenth Amendment
  • When Stone moved to Boston, she helped found the "Woman's Journal" and co-edited it with her husband.

    When Stone moved to Boston, she helped found the "Woman's Journal" and co-edited it with her husband.
    In addition, Lucy ended her lecturing career to live a calm, peaceful life.
  • Lucy Stone died from cancer in Dorechester, Massachusetts