Table of contents for A very dangerous woman : Martha Wright and women's rights / Sherry H. Penney and James D. Livingston.

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Acknowledgments	ix
Introduction	3
Chapter 1. Origins and Influences
	Out of Nantucket 
	Quaker Schools and the Spirit of Mischief
Chapter 2. First Love
	The War Veteran and the Fair Quakeress
	Shipwreck of Hope
Chapter 3. Dawn in Aurora
	New New Yorker
	Ill-Fated Artist
Mr. Wright 
Chapter 4. Philadelphia Story
	The Lion and the Jackals
	Extended Family
	Marianna Pelham
Chapter 5. Auburn
	192 Genesee Street
	The Underground Railroad
	Murder and Madness
	Infidelity and the Trammels of Sect
Chapter 6: Seneca Falls
	Abolition to Woman's Rights
	The (Second) Tea Party That Shook the World
	Self-Evident Truths
	Hints for Wives and Husbands
Chapter 7. Arrivals and Departures
	Nursing Grandmother
	Visiting Lecturers
Natural Laws
Chapter 8. The Convention Circuit
	Following Seneca Falls
	Old Kentucky Home
	Madame President
Chapter 9. Toward Disunion
	Boys and Girls
	"No Union with Slaveholders"
	Freedom of the Platform
	Fugitives, Mobs, and War
Chapter 10. The Rebel Pelhams
	The Slaveholding Pelhams
	Governor Pelham
	Gallant Pelham
	Reconstructed Reb
Chapter 11. The Loyal Wrights
	Willy Goes to War
	Stopping Pickett's Charge
	A Farmhouse at Gettysburg
	Abolitionist Wedding
Chapter 12. Aftermath
	The Home Front
	Harriet Tubman
	"The Negro's Hour"
	The Split
Chapter 13. Free Platform, Free Love, Free Lust
	Informing the Nation
	Victoria Woodhull
	Place of Refuge
Chapter 14. Final Years
	Facing Death
	Postwar Politics
	Boston and Florida
	New York and Auburn
	Christmas with the Garrisons
Chapter 15. Martha Coffin Pelham Wright
	After Martha
	"Dangerous" Martha
Appendix: Family of Martha Coffin Wright, 1806-1875
Illustrations follow page 000.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Wright, Martha Coffin, 1806-1875, Feminists United States Biography, Suffragists United States Biography, Women social reformers United States Biography, Women's rights United States History