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date: 28 January 2020

Green, Frances Harriet Whipplelocked

( September 1805–10 June 1878)
  • Teresa Anne Murphy


Green, Frances Harriet Whipple ( September 1805–10 June 1878), author, social reformer, and Spiritualist, was born in Smithfield, Rhode Island, the daughter of George Whipple. Her mother’s name is unknown. She was married twice, first in 1842 to the artist Charles C. Green, whom she divorced in 1847, and later in 1861 to William C. McDougall (or McDougal) of California. She had no children. In between marriages, she lived in New York City with S. B. Brittan and contributed to his publications on Spiritualism. In all of these activities she maintained the strong individualist spirit that was so important in many of the antebellum reform movements....

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