In Her Own Right

Lewis-Fussell Family Papers

Date created 1698-01-01 – 1978-01-01
Abstract As noted, these papers engage with many interesting issues, but they are probably more valuable to supplement a study of the abolitionist community than they are as windows into Lewis's own life and activism. Additionally, while Lewis certainly exercised agency through her pursuit of an unconventional career, she did not really focus on the gendered aspects of slavery or on women's rights per se.
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