|Birth Day||January 15, 1811|
|Birth Place||Pelham, MA|
|Age||208 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Jan 14, 1887 (age 75)|
Influential abolitionist who led the American Anti-Slavery Society with
She had a strict Quaker upbringing, which stressed education for women.
She also campaigned for equal rights for women, and went to the famous Seneca Falls convention.
She married a fellow radical, Stephen Symonds Foster.
Angelina Grimke was a fellow abolitionist who argued not only freedom for African-Americans, but full equality.