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Frances Ellen Watkins Harper

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Transcript of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper

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Frances listening to the president
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Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
About
What Happened?
France Ellen Watkins Harper was a African American activist.
She was born to free African American parents on September 24,1825 in Baltimore, Maryland.
When she was 19 attend the Women's Christian Temperance Union in Cleveland, Ohio.
She was the first African American to prove a point that the blacks are no different than the whites.
Frances wrote her fist speech in 1854 to read to the president and the whites that was called the "The Great Problem to be Solved.
She was the oldest abolitionist society of Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition fo Slavery and work had to be done to en slavery and segregation.
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