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Contents 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 Notes Bibliography Index 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