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Seton, Grace Gallatin Thompsonlocked

(28 January 1872–19 March 1959)
  • Marlowe A. Miller

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Seton, Grace Gallatin Thompson (28 January 1872–19 March 1959), explorer, writer, and suffragist, was born in Sacramento, California, the daughter of Albert Gallatin, the president of the largest steel and iron business on the West Coast, and Clemenzie Rhodes. Grace Gallatin’s parents were divorced in 1881. After the divorce, Clemenzie Gallatin moved to New York City, taking with her only Grace, the youngest of her four children....

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