- "The South Carolina Historical Magazine"
"[An] admirable and path-breaking study."
-- "The South Carolina Historical Magazine"
[An] admirable and path-breaking study.--The South Carolina Historical Magazine
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Interesting historical read about two females that made a contribution to recognizing women's rights.Published 9 months ago by Gardenlily
This is a very detailed history of sisters born in a slave holding family who in the 1830's became notorious abolitionists then feminists. Very interesting and revealing.Published 9 months ago by Nancy Shinno
Great history about some amazingly tough and brave women. A must read for any student of American History.Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very valuable insight into Northern abolitionism and also women's issues in the early 19th century.Published 20 months ago by Sally Hoople
Wonderful, researched part of Herstory. Not to be missed. Needs to be read with Sue Monk Kidds new book about the Grimke sisters.Published 21 months ago by Lynne Lockie