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Her concern for women's rights was a natural outgrowth of her abolitionist efforts, and in 1848 Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton organized the convention at Seneca Falls, New York, that gave birth to the women's suffrage movement.

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Lucretia Mott was born on January 3, 1973, in Nantucket, Massachusetts, but she resided in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the majority of her life. An abolitionist of slavery, organizer of the women’s rights movement, and a liberal minister of the Quaker religion, Mott became a prominent social activist. Mott was a founder of the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society, and in 1837, she helped organize the First Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women in New York, New York. Mott established the first annual women’s rights convention in Seneca Falls, New York, and she served as president of the American Equal Rights Association. Lucretia Mott died in Chelton Hills, Pennsylvania, in 1890.

Massachusetts-born Quaker minister Lucretia Coffin Mott (1793–1880) ..
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On April 10, 1811, Lucretia Coffin married James Mott at Pine Street Meeting in Philadelphia. They had six children. Their second child, Thomas Coffin, died at age two. Their surviving children all became active in the anti-slavery and other reform movements.

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