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Fuller, Margaret (fl. 1855) Woman in the nineteenth century, and kindred papers relating to the sphere, condition and duties of woman

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC06221 Author/Creator: Fuller, Margaret (fl. 1855) Place Written: Boston, Massachusetts Type: Book Date: 1855 Pagination: 428 p.

Summary of Content: Edited by her brother, Arthur B. Fuller. Introduction by Horace Greeley.


Historical Era: National Expansion and Reform, 1815-1860

Subjects: TranscendentalistTranscendentalismLiterature and Language ArtsSuffrageWoman AuthorWomen's HistoryReform Movement

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