This suffrage leader delivered her lecture, "What Shall We Do with our Daughters?" over 800 times.
Lucretia Coffin Mott
Susan B. Anthony
Mary Livermore. Livermore was both a suffrage and temperance leader who traveled the lecture circuit for 23 years. She worked extensively in a volunteer capacity with the US Sanitary Commission during the American Civil War raising money, organizing distribution of supplies to military hospitals and the front lines, and interceding for the discharge of wounded soldiers.
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