02 | women.born.february | 15

15 feb 1792 Floride Bonneau Calhoun
Floride Bonneau Calhoun (15 feb 1792 – 25 jul 1866 | Charleston SC – Pendleton SC) poet, plantation mistress, US Vice-Presidential Second Lady, social-political Petticoat Affair member | women.born.february © susanpowersbourne.net
15 feb 1795 Rebecca Cox Jackson
Rebecca Cox Jackson (15 feb 1795 – 24 may 1871 (Horntown PA – Philadelphia PA) African-American, free woman, religious visionary, Shaker Eldress, founded first black Shaker community in Philadelphia, autobiographical author | women.born.february © susanpowersbourne.net
15 feb 1820 Susan Brownell Anthony
Susan Brownell Anthony (15 feb 1820 – 13 mar 1906 | Adams MA – Rochester NY) social reformer, suffrage leader, published women’s rights newspaper, co-founded Women’s Loyal National League and American Equal Rights Association | women.born.february © susanpowersbourne.net

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