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... ( Chicago , 1900). Further Reading Rogers Dorothy G. “Paraprofessional Philosophy, Stage I: Grace Bibb, Ellen Mitchell, and the Concord School of Philosophy,” in America’s First Women Philosophers, 1860–1925: Transplanting Hegel ( Bristol,...
...Dall, Caroline Wells Healey Caroline Wells Healey was born on 22 June 1822 in Boston, the oldest child of Caroline Foster and Mark Healey, a banker and investor. She received a superior education for women in her day, studying with a tutor...
... Marietta Kies, A.M., Ph.D.: December 31, 1853–July 20, 1899 ( Boston , 1900). Rogers Dorothy G. , ed. Women in the St. Louis Idealist Movement, 1860–1925 , 3 vols ( Bristol, UK , 2003). Rogers Dorothy G. “Before ‘Care’: Marietta Kies, Lucia Ames Mead, and Feminist Political Theory,” Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy 19 (2004): 105–17....
...Fergusson, Elizabeth Graeme Elizabeth Graeme was born in Philadelphia on 3 February 1737, the youngest of nine children, to Anne Diggs and Thomas Graeme, a Scottish immigrant. Her father became a prominent doctor in Philadelphia...
... , 1915). Lundgren Maria . “ Anna C. Brackett: Educator, Essayist, Poet .” Master’s thesis, Iowa State University ( Ames, Iowa , 1989). Rogers Dorothy , ed. Women in the St. Louis Idealist Movement, 1860–1925 , 3 vols ( Bristol, UK , 2003)....
...Belva Lockwood was born Belva Ann Bennett on 24 October 1830 to Hannah Green Bennett and Lewis Johnson Bennett in Royalton, New York, a farming community in Niagara County. She earned a BS degree in 1857 from Genesee College (now Syracuse...
...Cooper, Anna Julia Haywood Anna Julia Haywood was born into slavery on 10 August 1858 in Raleigh, North Carolina. She was the daughter of slave Hannah Stanley and, by Anna’s own convictions, the man who held Hannah as a slave, George...
...Foltz, Clara Shortridge Clara Shortridge Foltz was one of the first women to study and practice law in the United States. In both her practical and her written work, she focused on legal reform and women’s rights. She was born on 16 July...
...Grimké, Sarah Moore x, Sarah Moore Grimké was born to Mary Smith and John Faucheraud Grimké, a Revolutionary War veteran, lawyer, legislator, and state supreme court justice, on 26 November 1792 in Charleston, South Carolina. Grimké...
...Black Elk Black Elk was born to Black Elk and Mary Leggins Down (also known as White Cow Sees) in December 1863 near the Little Powder River in present-day Campbell county in northeastern Wyoming. He died on 19 August 1950 in Manderson...