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- Reformer and leader in the women's rights movement
- Born near West Brookfield, MA
- Graduated from Oberlin College in 1847
- Regular lecturer for the Anti-Slavery Society
- In 1855 she married Henry Brown Blackwell, but was always known as Mrs. Stone
- In 1870 she founded the Woman's Journal, the official publication of the American Woman Suffrage Association and the National American Woman Suffrage Association
- After her death in 1893, the Woman's Journal was edited by her daughter, Alice Stone Blackwell
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