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Paschal Beverly Randolph
Randolph grew up in New York City. He was a free man of mixed-race ancestry, descendant of William Randolph. His father was a nephew of John Randolph of Roanoke and his mother was Flora Beverly, whom ...
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Abolitionism in the United States
The first attempt to end slavery in the English colonies in North America came from Roger Williams and Samuel Gorton, who made slavery illegal in Rhode Island in 1652. In their view, slavery contradic ...
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Rheumatic fever
Modified Jones criteria were first published in 1944 by T. Duckett Jones, MD. They have been periodically revised by the American Heart Association in collaboration with other groups. According to rev ...
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Plymouth Notch, Vermont
Plymouth Notch is a small unincorporated community in the town of Plymouth, Windsor County, Vermont, United States.All or most of the village is included in the Calvin Coolidge Homestead District, a N ...
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Achsa W. Sprague
Achsa W. Sprague (November 17, 1827 – July 6, 1862) was one of the best-known Spiritualists during the 1850s in the United States. Primarily a medium and trance lecturer, she also wrote articles and ...
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Cora L. V. Scott
Cora Scott was born on April 21, 1840 near Cuba, New York. At her birth she had a caul over her face, which is thought in some folk religions to indicate special powers. Her parents, though initially ...
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American Civil War
The causes of the Civil War were complex and have been controversial since the war began. The issue has been further complicated by historical revisionists, who have tried to offer a variety of reason ...
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Women's rights
Although males seem to have dominated in many ancient cultures, there are some exceptions. For instance in the Nigerian Aka culture women may hunt, even on their own, and often control distribution of ...
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Reform movement
The Radical movement campaigned for electoral reform, a reform of the Poor Laws, free trade, educational reform, postal reform, prison reform, and public sanitation. Originally this movement sought to ...
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Quakers
During and after the English Civil War (1642–1651) many dissenting Christian groups emerged, including the Seekers and others. A young man named George Fox was dissatisfied by the teachings of the Ch ...
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Rochester, New York
The Seneca tribe of Native Americans lived in the area in and around Rochester until they gave up their claim to most of this land in the Treaty of Big Tree in 1797. Settlement before the Seneca tribe ...
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Elias Hicks
Elias Hicks was born in Hempstead, New York, in 1748. He was a carpenter by trade and in his early twenties he became a Quaker like his father, John Hicks.On January 2, 1771, Hicks married a fellow Qu ...
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Amy and Isaac Post
Amy Post was born Amy Kirby on December 20, 1802, in Jericho, New York, to Joseph Kirby and Mary (Seaman) Kirby, members of the Society of Friends, also known as Quakers. The importance of humanitaria ...
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Arcadia, New York
The town was first settled around 1791. The Town of Arcadia was formed from the Town of Lyons in 1825.An asylum for the mentally retarded was established in Arcadia in 1789.Hydesville, New York was a ...
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Fox sisters
In 1848, the two younger sisters – Kate (age 12) and Margaret (age 15) – were living in a house in Hydesville, New York with their parents. Hydesville no longer exists but was a hamlet that was part ...
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