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Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams

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This series meets National Curriculum Standards for: Social Studies: Power, Authority, & Governance
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published March 1st 1998 by Children's Press(CT)
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"To Louisa, it was a moral question. Clearly, she believed, slavery was against the laws of God. After all, God had led his people out of slavery in Egypt. To sort out her thoughts, she wrote pages and pages of anti-slavery arguments in her journal.

Louisa was inspired by abolitionist Sarah Grimke. The two women began a long letter-writing relationship.

Sarah and Louise were also inflamed about women's rights. Both felt that women should be able to vote. For Louisa, slavery and women's rights wer
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Ann Heinrichs is the author of more than 200 books for children and young adults. They cover U.S. and world history and culture, science and nature, and English grammar. Ann has also enjoyed careers as a children’s book editor and an advertising copywriter. An avid traveler, she has toured Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and East Asia. Born in Fort Smith, Arkansas, she now lives in Chicago. She e ...more
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