4 edition of Grimké sisters: Sarah and Angelina Grimké found in the catalog.
Grimké sisters: Sarah and Angelina Grimké
Catherine H. Birney
|Statement||by Catherine H. Birney. Boston, Lee and Shepard, 1885.|
|LC Classifications||E449 .G88 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||70108461|
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Gerda Lerner's biography of the Grimké sisters, Sarah and Angelina, is a seminal text in women's history. It represents the shift that the s wrought in American scholarship, suddenly opening the academic world to serious, broad historical research on the history of women and people of color/5(29).
Much of her information was based on this biography of Sarah and Angelina Grimke by Gerda Lerner. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in these early pioneers of the abolitionist movement, as well as the women's rights movement of the 19th by: The Grimké Sisters from South Carolina A landmark work of women's history originally published inGerda Lerner's best-selling biography of Sarah and Angelina Grimké explores the lives and ideas of the only southern women to become antislavery agents in.
Gerda Lerner () was an important and early scholar on the Grimke sisters. She, herself, was an interesting person as an early voice for the development of Women's Studies and Women's History; as an author and founding member of NOW.
The only Southern white women ever to become leading abolitionists, Sarah and Angelina Grimke encountered many obstacles in pursuing their antislavery work. Their greatest accomplishment was in /5(2).
Purchase from University of North Carolina Press A landmark work of women’s history originally published inGerda Lerner’s best-selling biography of Sarah and Angelina Grimké explores the lives and ideas of the only southern women to become antislavery agents in.
These were two sisters from South Carolina. The elder one was Sarah and the younger one Angelina. They grew up in a family where slavery abode as was with the rest of the south. Their father was a prominent judge in the state. Sarah Grimké, Angelina Grimké The Public Years of Sarah and Angelina Grimke Sarah Grimké, Angelina Grimké Sarah Moore Grimke and Angelina Emily Grimke were the first women in America coming from a southern slave-holding family to speak publicly on behalf of the abolition of slavery.
From that time on, the sisters were deeply involved in the abolition movement, with Angelina always taking the lead.
In she wrote a pamphlet, An Appeal to the Christian Women of the South, in which she urged those addressed to use their moral force against slavery. Sarah followed with An Epistle to the Clergy of the Southern States. Sarah Moore Grimké (–) and Angelina Emily Grimké (–), known as the Grimké sisters, were the first nationally-known white American female advocates of abolition of slavery and women's rights.
[page needed] They were speakers, writers, and grew up in a slave-owning family in South Carolina but moved to the North in the s, settling for a time in. Public Years of Sarah & Angelina Grimke by Larry Ceplair available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews.
History of Woman Suffrage () is dedicated to the memory of Sarah and Angelina Grimké, among others. Grimké, like her sister Sarah, has begun to receive the recognition she deserves in more recent years.
Grimké is memorialized in Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party. InGrimké was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame. Biographers of the Grimké sisters note that Angelina especially was reprimanded by her family and friends for being too outspoken and inquisitive.
Angelina Grimké was the first woman in the United States to address a legislative body, testifying about slavery in before the Massachusetts State Legislature. Book Description: Abolitionist, women's rights activist, and social reformer, Angelina Grimké () was among the first women in American history to seize.
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Rachel Loving is a funny and spirited seventeen-year-old girl at the beginning of /5(9). ( ) The sisters Sarah and Angelina Grimké were not only outspoken abolitionists, denouncing the evils of slavery, but were early advocates for women's rights.
InAngelina Grimké addressed a crowd at Pennsylvania Hall, in Philadelphia, her last public speech. Sarah Moore Grimké, Letters on the equality of the sexes, and the condition of woman (Boston: ),23, 27, 33,Available through the Internet Archive ← Angelina Grimké, Appeal to Christian Women of the South, An letter from Angelina Grimke to Amos Phelps in which she discusses the abolition of slavery and the equality of men and women.
An excerpt from Maria W. Stewart’s Meditations with a letter from William Lloyd Garrison that describes Stewart’s abolitionist work. This is an uncurated book entry from our extended bookshelves, readable online now but without a stable link here.
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Horrified by the brutalities of slavery that she witnessed while growing up, Angelina followed in the footsteps of her sister, Sarah, and moved to Philadelphia to become a Quaker.
An abolitionist byshe wrote An Appeal to the Christian Women of the South. Sarah Moore Grimké Courtesy U.S. Library of Congress (LC-USZ) In the speech below Angelina Grimke Weld, who was born to a prominent slaveholding family in Charleston, South Carolina, invites the women and men of Philadelphia to join her in the campaign against slavery.View Perfecting from HIST at Richland Community College.
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