Women and Politics in Pennsylvania History
Guest edited by Emma Jones Lapsansky and Marion W. Roydhouse, this special issue includes articles on gender roles within the Moravian community, the conflict between the personal and the political in the life of abolitionist Angelina Grimke, relationships between prominent African American women activists and the broader antebellum Black community of which they were a part, and the temperance politics of activist and author Frances Harper.
Emma Jones Lapsansky and Marion W. Roydhouse
Scott Paul Gordon
Beverly C. Tomek
Lacey P. Hunter