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Lucretia Mott Significant Events
Lucretia Mott was born in Nantucket, Massachusettes.
January 3, 1793
Lucretia Mott married her husband James Mott.
April 10, 1811
Lucretia Mott became a Quaker Minister.
Lucretia Mott founded the Female Anti-Slavery Society
Lucretia Mott attended the World Anti-Slavery Convention in London.
Lucretia Mott and Cady Stanton called a Women's rights convention in Seneca Falls, New York.
Lucretia Mott, Cady Stanton, and Carrie Catt were shown on a postage stamp.
Lucretia Mott wrote a book, "Discourse on Woman"
Lucretia Mott and other Quakers found Swarthmore College.
Lucretia Mott dies in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
November 11, 1880
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