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date: 23 February 2020

Grimké, Sarah Moore (1792–1873), 

The Concise Oxford Companion to American Literature

James D. Hart

and Angelina Emily (1805–79), daughters of a wealthy South Carolina planter, converted to the Quaker faith and its opposition to the slavery of blacks. Moving to Philadelphia in their twenties, they never returned to the South, but their writings for the American Anti-Slavery Society were addressed in part to readers in their ancestral region. These included ... ...

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