Quakers and Women
About Susan B. Anthony
Susan B. Anthony's Quaker background inspired her to work for women's rights. She considered this her religious identity, even though she belonged to a Unitarian church for many years.
From your About Guide to Women's History: biography and links on the Quaker martyr in 17th century Massachusetts.
Sarah Grimke was a key figure among abolitionists and women's rights advocates, especially before the Civil War.
From your About Guide to Women's History: information, links and books on this Quaker abolitionist and suffragist.
Martha Coffin Wright
A biography of Martha Coffin Wright, Quaker women's rights activist and sister of Lucretia Mott.