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Index Lucretia Mott’s statements on various topics are indexed under the topic (e.g., antislavery, equal rights). Numbers in bold indicate pages with identifications. Abbot, Francis Ellingwood, 203, 204n1, 205n3 abolition. See antislavery movement activism, 42–43, 46, 53, 84–87; antislavery, 102–3; and religion, 63, 129, 136, 154–55; and women, 71–72, 87–89, 97, 122, 126 African Americans, 42; and antislavery, xvi; education of, 15, 24; and equal rights, xxii– xxiv, 161; and suffrage, 162, 166n9, 175–76. See also equal rights Alabama (ship), claims arbitration, 200, 201n4, 202, 213 American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 104n6 American Anti-Slavery Society: Declaration of Sentiments, 1833, xvii, 40, 43–44, 89, 92n6, 101, 140–41, 144, 147n3; 1833 meeting , xvii, 140–41, 144, 147n1; 1848 meeting, xviii; 1864 meeting, xxii; 1870 meeting, 198n1 American Equal Rights Association, xxiii, 166n1, 190n1 American Freedmen’s Aid Commission, 146, 147n13 American Indians, xvii, xix–xx, 24, 156, 160n1, 191–93, 194n1 American Moral Reform Society, 16 American Woman Suffrage Association, xxiii–xxiv Anglican Church, Thirty-Nine Articles, 159, 160n4, 172, 185 Anthony, Susan B., xxii, xxiii, 150–51, 151n7, 152, 162, 166n2 Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women, 1838, 4 antislavery movement, 11–12, 40–43, 44n7, 100–104, 137–42, 148–50; fairs, 101–2, 138, 139n1; press coverage of, 139–40; progress in, 56; Scottish women’s petition, 41, 44n5; women in, xvii, 40, 144–45, 146, 207. See also emancipation Barker, Joseph, 118–19, 120n18 Beecher, Catharine, 91; Suggestions Respecting Improvements in Education, xxi, 72, 80n5, 126 Beecher, Henry Ward, 135, 137n5, 146, 147n10, 151 Beecher, Lyman, 126, 127n8 beliefs, religious. See religion Benezet, Anthony, xiii, 40, 44n3 Bible: authority of, xiv–xv, 29, 31–32, 56–64, 98–99, 113–14, 118–19, 120n18, 120n20, 130–32, 208; as inspiration, 61; and slavery , 134; and women, 88–90, 92n8, 96, 98, 100n13, 108–9, 110n9, 124–25. See also religion biblical figures: Aaron, 70; Abraham, 213; Anna, 70, 124; Barak, 70, 124; Deborah, 9, 70, 96, 112, 124, 132; Huldah, 9, 70, 112, 132; Jael, 70, 96; Jesus, 17–18, 32, 51, 58, 83, 85, 90, 132–33, 158, 168–69, 182, 186, 212; Job, 116; Joel, 22, 114; John of Patmore , 35; John the Baptist, 83–84; Luke, 9; Miriam, 70; Paul, 8, 12, 22, 47, 63, 70, 85, 90, 92n8, 96, 108, 113, 124–25, 181; Peter, 114; Phebe, 9, 22, 47, 70, 113, 132; 220 Index biblical figures (continued): Philip’s four daughters, 22, 47, 70; Priscilla, 47, 70; Samarian woman, 9, 114, 124, 132; Simeon, 147; Sisera, 70; Solomon, 113, 119; Tryphena, 22, 47, 70; Tryphosa, 22, 47, 70 Black Hawk, 193, 194n5 Blackstone, William, 77, 81n16, 110, 151, 177; Commentaries on the Laws of England, 44, 45n3, 164 Blackwell, Elizabeth, 79, 81n21 Blackwell, Henry, xxiv Blair, Hugh, Sermons, 61, 64n2 Blanchard, Henry, 166, 170n2, 171n7 Blanchard, Joshua, 178, 180n3 Bloomer, Amelia, 110, 119n1 Bloomer costume, 115, 119n9 Bonheur, Rosa, 152, 153n6 Bowring, John, 94, 95n4, 123, 152 Brigham, J. B., 96, 99n3 Bright, John, 149, 150n3 Britain. See Great Britain Bronte, Charlotte, 152; Jane Eyre, 91, 92n10, 124 Brooks, Phillips, 146, 147n13 Brougham, Henry Peter, 76, 81n14, 127n5 Brown, Antoinette (later Blackwell), 90, 92n8, 96–98, 99n5, 100n13, 105–6, 109n1, 113, 118, 119, 120n15, 120n20 Brown, Euphronia, 74, 80n9 Brown, John, xxii, 139n1; and Harper’s Ferry Raid, 140–41, 142n3 Brown, William Wells, xi, 44n8 Bryant, William Cullen, 209–10, 211n4, 213 Buckle, Henry, 152, 153n4; History of Civilization in England, 158, 160n3 Bunyan, John, 193, 195n7 Burleigh, Charles C., xviii, 163, 165; “The Sabbath Question,” 33, 39n3 Burleigh, Cyrus M., 102, 104n2, 109n5 Burleigh, Rinaldo, 170, 171n11 Burritt, Elihu, 53, 55n5 Bush, Abigail, xxi Butler, Benjamin F., 144n3, 199n5 Calhoun, John C., 23, 26n2; “On the Slavery Question,” 86, 87n2 capital punishment, 179, 194, 195n8, 199 Carey, Samuel Fenton, 117–18, 120n15 Catherine the Great of Russia, 114, 119n7 Centennial Exposition of 1876, 211–12, 214n2, 214n4 Chambers, John, 112, 113, 118, 119n4 Channing, William Ellery, xxv, 14n2, 22–23, 29, 73, 91, 106, 170, 203–4, 205n4, 208; An Address Delivered at Lenox, 157, 160n2; Discourses on War, 176, 177n6; “Honour Due to All Men,” xvi, 10, 14n2, 50, 176, 177n7, 180, 189n1 Channing, William H., 106, 109n6 Chapin, Edwin H., 135, 137n5 Chapman, Maria Weston, 139, 142n1 Cheever, George, 140, 142n2 Child, Henry T., 191, 194n1, 209, 210n1 Child, Lydia Maria, xviii, 167, 170n3 Civil...