|LC Classifications||HQ1413.W75 M67 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 337 p. :|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||91034130|
Frances Wright dared to take Thomas Jefferson seriously when he wrote, ' All men are created equal, ' and to assume that 'men' meant 'women' as well. Born in Scotland in , she came to the United States in , and spent half her adult life here, she died in Ohio in , ending a lifetime devoted to promoting equality among the races and the sexes. "A lively, readable narrative, informative to general readers and scholars alike. In its closely documented pages, one of the boldest and most iconoclastic women in Jacksonian America lives again." -- New York Times Book Review. FANNY WRIGHT book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A lively, readable narrative, informative to general readers and scholars al /5(7). Fanny Wright was a flamboyant and seductive young radical, an Owenite socialist who believed in free love, universal suffrage, the abolition of slavery, and miscegenation as a solution to racism.
The first American woman to speak publicly against slavery and for the equality of women, Fanny Wright was a rebel who pursued equality for all. She lived according to her own ideals rather than society’s dictates. Wright was an inspiration to Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. She was a friend to the Marquis. Frances "Fanny" Wright was born in Dundee, Scotland February Her father James Wright, was a wealthy linen manufacturer and political radical with proper connections. Both parents died before Fanny's third birthday. Frances Wright was born September 6, , one of three children born in Dundee, Scotland to Camilla Campbell and James Wright, a wealthy linen manufacturer and political radical. Both of her parents died young, and Fanny (as she was called as a child) was orphaned at the age of three, but left with a substantial inheritance. The Nashoba Community was an experimental project of Frances "Fanny" Wright, initiated in to educate and emancipate was located in a 2,acre (8 km²) woodland on the side of present-day Germantown, Tennessee, a Memphis suburb, along the Wolf was a small-scale test of her full-compensation emancipation plan in which no slaveholders would .
Fanny Wright. Fanny Wright was born in Dundee on 6th September, Both her father, a wealthy Scottish linin manufacturer, and her mother died by the time she was three years old. Wright was brought up in the homes of relatives, including James Milne, a member of Scottish school of progressive philosophers. Frances Wright [Fanny Wright, Frances Wright Darusmont, Mrs. Guillaume P. Darusmont] Bio/Historical Notes. Born in Dundee, Scotland, Fanny Wright was a radical who would have fit well in the ’s and ’s. She denounced the societal bondages of color, gender, religion, politics and economic status almost years before it was fashionable. Portrays the life of Frances Wright and depicts her efforts fighting for equality between the sexes and the races during the nineteenth century From inside the book What people are saying - . fanny wright Download fanny wright or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get fanny wright book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.