Lucretia Mott

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Lucretia Mott

The fruit of her LabourShe was among the first founders that founded Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society.What she did laterLater she was a notorious women's right activist

Lucretia Mott

Born: on Januray 3 1793

Location: Abington, Pennsylvania.

Result: She helped Abington, Pennsylvania not support of slavery as strongly as before.

Strenght:Speaking

Strenght: Speaking

Died: November 11, 1880

She was nearly killed by an angry mob of factory workes that was mad because if slaves where freed their lives would be ruinded. Because their pay was harldy nough to keep them and their famaly feed and clouthed. But if slaves where freed the pay rate would drop like a stone.

Lucretia Mott was a woman's rights activist. She was born on January 3, 1793, in Nantucket, Massachusetts. She was a abolitionist and a religious reformer. She strongly opposed slavery and strongly supported William Lloyd Garrison in his American Anti-Slavery Society. Lucretia Mott was known for her speaking abilities while her husband always supported her and when she urged people to not buy slave labour itunes her husband went out of the cotton trade.Lucretia Mott was a great speaker and she used this talent to raise awareness that slavery was bad. Not a lot of people listed to her at first because she was a woman and at the time the people thought that woman had no right to speak. She was be many people angry at her and that threatened voice because they hardly made a living and if the slaves were freed their wages would drop like a stone. They tried to kill her by burning her house down but a fried saved her by tell the mob to go the wrong way.The fruit of her LabourShe was among the first founders that founded Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society.What she did laterLater she was a notorious women's right activist

Sources: Bio.com


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