Lucy Stone lectured widely against slavery and, on behalf of women’s suffrage, helped organize the first national women’s rights convention and the American Woman Suffrage Association and published the influential Woman’s Journal.
Ellen was a homemaker and mother and active in the Methodist Church. She firmly believed that women could not attain their highest development until they “had the same large opportunities and the same large chance as her brothers have.”
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The mother of equal suffrage in Oregon…