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date: 03 March 2021

Blankenburg, Lucretia Longshorelocked

(08 May 1845–29 March 1937)
  • Olive Hoogenboom


Blankenburg, Lucretia Longshore (08 May 1845–29 March 1937), suffragist and reformer, was born near New Lisbon, Ohio, the daughter of Thomas Ellwood Longshore, a Quaker schoolteacher, and Hannah E. Myers, who also was from a Quaker family and who became the first woman doctor in Philadelphia. She was named for ...

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