|Birth Day||February 11, 1802|
|Birth Place||Medford, MA|
|Age||217 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Oct 20, 1880 (age 78)|
An American abolitionist, women's rights Activist, and Writer, she is most famous for "Over the River and Through the Wood," a popular poem about Thanksgiving. Her other published works include The Girl's Own Book and The Mother's Book.
She published an 1833 work that called for the immediate emancipation of slaves in America.
She fought for Native American rights.
She was one of the Architects of the Peace Policy during the administration of Ulysses S. Grant.