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Ernestine L. Rose
(1810-1892) born on
US activist. She was an early advocate for women's rights traveling for more than three decades giving eloquent speeches and seeking petition signatures.
         
   
F
. . . the reward of springing from the consciousness of right, of endeavoring to benefit unborn generations.

R
Slavery and freedom cannot exist together.
A
She had her reward! -- that reward of which no enemie could deprive her, which no slanders could make less precious -- the eternal reward of knowing that she had done her duty . . .
N
If you allow one single germ, one single seed of slavery to remain in the soil of America... that germ will spring up, that noxious weed will thrive, and again stifle the growth, wither the leaves, blast the flowers and poison the fair fruits of freedom.
K
When a man comes to me and tries to convince me that he is not a thief, then I take care of my coppers.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: On Frances Wright during a convention speech, "Petitions Were Circulated," 1860.
R: Speech, 14 May 14 1863, at a national conventon or the Woman's National Loval League.
A: On Frances Wright during a convention speech, "Petitions Were Circulated," 1860.
N: Speech, 14 May 14 1863, at a national conventon or the Woman's National Loval League.
K: Speaking at a May 12, 1869, anniversary celebration of the Equal Rights Association.
   


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