Lydia Child

Lydia Child

Lydia Child

Lydia Marie Child (1802-1880) était une abolitioniste américaine. Elle fut élue au comité exécutif de la societé américaine anti-esclavagiste en 1839, dont elle fut éditrice du journal, le National Anti-Slavery Standard.

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