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Published on July 17, 2008

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Lydia Maria Child By: Jen Brunner

History Born in Medford, Massachusetts in 1802 Novelist, Editor, Journalist Abolitionist Married David Child in 1828 Died in 1880

Born in Medford, Massachusetts in 1802

Novelist, Editor, Journalist

Abolitionist

Married David Child in 1828

Died in 1880

Novelist 1824 - Hobomok & The Rebels 1829 - The Frugal Housewife 1832 - 1835 - Ladies Family Library History of the Condition of Women in Various Ages & Nations 1837 - The Family Nurse 1846 - Fact and Fiction

1824 - Hobomok & The Rebels

1829 - The Frugal Housewife

1832 - 1835 - Ladies Family Library

History of the Condition of Women in Various Ages & Nations

1837 - The Family Nurse

1846 - Fact and Fiction

Novelist 1855 - The Progress of Religious Ideas 1857 - Autumnal Leaves Collection 1868 - An Appeal for the Indians 1878 - Aspirations of the World

1855 - The Progress of Religious Ideas

1857 - Autumnal Leaves Collection

1868 - An Appeal for the Indians

1878 - Aspirations of the World

Editor 1826 - Juvenile Miscellany Magazine 1840 - National Anti-Slavery Standard

1826 - Juvenile Miscellany Magazine

1840 - National Anti-Slavery Standard

Abolitionist 1833 - An Appeal in Favor of That Class of Americans Called Africans 1835 - Authentic Anecdotes of American Slavery 1836 - Anti-Slavery Catechism 1859 - Anti-Slavery Society Pamphlet 1864 - Looking Toward Sunset

1833 - An Appeal in Favor of That Class of Americans Called Africans

1835 - Authentic Anecdotes of American Slavery

1836 - Anti-Slavery Catechism

1859 - Anti-Slavery Society Pamphlet

1864 - Looking Toward Sunset

Fact Best known for her poem “A Boy’s Thanksgiving” “ Over the river and through the woods…”

Best known for her poem “A Boy’s Thanksgiving”

“ Over the river and through the woods…”

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