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Antoinette Brown Blackwell
(1825-1921) born on
May 20
US abolitionist, feminist, clergy. She was the first woman ordained minister in the U.S., 1853; wrote "The Making of the Universe," 1914.
Nature is just enough; but men and women must comprehend and accept her suggestions.

The brain is not, and cannot be, the sole or complete organ of thought and feeling.
A woman finds the natural lay of the land almost unconsciously; and not feeling it incumbent on her to be guide and philosopher to any successor, she takes little pains to mark the route by which she is making her ascent.
The sexes in each species of being . . . are always true equivalents -- equals but not identical.
There were angry men confronting me and I caught the flashing of defiant eyes, but above me and within me, there was a spirit stronger than them all.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "The Sexes Throughout Nature," 1875.
R: "The Sexes Throughout Nature," 1875.
A: "The Sexes Throughout Nature," 1875.
N: "The Sexes Throughout Nature," 1875.
K: In "Words of Women Quotations for Success," by Power Dynamics Publishing, 1997.

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