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Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell (1825–1921)

Blackwell, Mrs. Antoinette Louisa (Brown). A prominent American woman-suffragist and Unitarian minister; born at Henrietta, NY, May 20, 1825; died in 1921. A graduate of Oberlin (1847), she “preached on her own orders,” at first in Congregational churches, becoming at length a champion of women’s rights. She married Samuel C., a brother of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell (1856). She wrote: ‘Shadows of our Social System’ (1855); ‘The Island Neighbors’ (1871), a novel of American life; ‘Sexes throughout Nature’ (1875); ‘Sea Drift’ (1903).