Alice Stone Blackwell

Read about Alice Stone Blackwell -- an American suffrage leader.
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Alice Stone Blackwell

1857-1950

  • American feminist
  • Born in Orange, NJ
  • Graduated from Boston University in 1881
  • Daughter of Henry Brown Blackwell and Lucy Stone (American leader in the women's rights movement)
  • Blackwell was an editor of the Woman's Journal from 1881 to 1917
  • She began work on the Woman's Journal as assistant to her parents and became editor in chief after their deaths
  • She wrote a biography of her mother in 1930
  • She wrote anthologies of poetry translated from several languages

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