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List Of Feminist Rhetoricians - Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
... (1825–1911) Watkins Harper was an African American born to free parents ... Her education came about while she was a servant in a Quaker household and given access to the family's library ...

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    I envy neither the heart nor the head of any legislator who has been born to an inheritance of privileges, who has behind him ages of education, dominion, civilization, and Christianity, if he stands opposed to the passage of a national education bill, whose purpose is to secure education to the children of those who were born under the shadow of institutions which made it a crime to read.
    —Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (1825–1911)

    As the saffron tints and crimson flushes of morn herald the coming day, so the social and political advancement which woman has already gained bears the promise of the rising of the full-orbed sun of emancipation. The result will be not to make home less happy, but society more holy.
    Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (1825–1911)

    As the saffron tints and crimson flushes of morn herald the coming day, so the social and political advancement which woman has already gained bears the promise of the rising of the full-orbed sun of emancipation. The result will be not to make home less happy, but society more holy.
    —Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (1825–1911)

    I feel as tall as you.
    Ellis Meredith, U.S. suffragist. As quoted in History of Woman Suffrage, vol. 4, ch. 14, by Susan B. Anthony and Ida Husted Harper (1902)

    So close is the bond between man and woman that you can not raise one without lifting the other. The world can not move ahead without woman’s sharing in the movement, and to help give a right impetus to that movement is woman’s highest privilege.
    —Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (1825–1911)

    The kiss of the sun for pardon,
    The song of the birds for mirth,—
    One is nearer God’s heart in a garden
    Than anywhere else on earth.
    —Dorothy Frances Gurney (1858–1932)