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Paulina Wright Davis
A look at the life and career of women's rights advocate, Paulina Wright Davis.
# 68418 | 1,243 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Aug 17, 2006 in Women Studies (Historical Figures) , Women Studies (General)

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This paper describes the life, career and accomplishments of Paulina Kellogg Wright Davis, a women's rights advocate, social reformer, educator and author. The paper describes her support and active involvement in temperance, abolition, women's rights and other reform movements and the reforms she was able to help advance as a result her involvement in these movements.

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"Paulina Kellog was born August 7, 1816 in Bloomfield, New York, on the very day that Captain Hall "delivered up the fort at Detroit" (Paulina1 pp). Her father was a volunteer in the army and her grandfather, Saxton, was a colonel in the Revolution and belonged to Lafayette's staff (Paulina1 pp). Paulina was orphaned at the age of seven and adopted and raised by her strict and religious aunt and moved to LeRoy, New York (Paulina pp)."

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