Laura Smith Haviland
Laura Smith Haviland (December 20, 1808- April 20, 1898) was an American abolitionist, suffragette, and social reformer. She was an important figure in the history of the Underground Railroad.

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Laura Smith Haviland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Laura Smith Haviland (December 20, 1808- April 20, 1898) was an American abolitionist, suffragette, and social reformer. She was an important figure in the ...
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DNR - Laura Smith Haviland - State of Michigan
Department of Natural Resources - The story of a noted Abolitionist and Civil War nurse.
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Havilands.com - Laura Smith Haviland
Mrs. Laura Smith Haviland (1808-1898) Wife of Charles Haviland, Jr., son of Charles Haviland & Esther Mosher. Laura, though not a Haviland descendant, ...
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City of Adrian, Michigan - Laura Smith Haviland
Laura Smith Haviland. Location: Lenawee County Historical Museum Permanent sculpture. Donated by the Haviland Memorial Association Artist: H. Barnicoat
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Laura Smith Haviland: Michigan Women's Hall of Fame -
Laura Smith Haviland, (1808-1897) a Quaker woman of normally gentle persuasion, was a pioneer activist in the areas of both civil rights and education.
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Haviland, Laura Smith (Informational Paper) - Learning to Give
A summary of the contributions of Laura Smith Haviland, a pioneer social activist who devoted her life to others.
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Laura S. Haviland - Encyclopedia of World Biography
American antislavery activist Laura Smith Haviland (1808–1898) is not as well known as the great writers and orators of the Abolitionist movement, those whose ...
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In Your Face Women: Laura Smith Haviland
Apr 30, 2012 ... Laura Smith Haviland, not only established schools where Black and White children studied together in the 1830's and ran a principle stop on ...
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Laura Smith haviland - Wesleyan Life Online - The Wesleyan Church
Laura Smith Haviland Our Wesleyan History. A. Woman's. Life Work ... Laura Smith Haviland, a tiny frontier woman who made the ideals of nineteenth-.
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Laura Smith Haviland (1808 - 1898) - Find A Grave Memorial
Jan 30, 2003 ... Birth: Dec. 20, 1808. Kitley Ontario, Canada. Death: Apr. 20, 1898. Grand Rapids Kent County Michigan, USA. Social Reformer. A noted ...
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Laura Smith Haviland was born on December 20, 1808, in Kitley Township, ..... New York: Columbia University Press, 1987; ^ a b c d e Laura Smith Haviland.
Haviland, Laura Smith (Informational Paper) - Learning to Give
Haviland, Laura Smith. By Kimberly Fox. Graduate Student, Ferris State University - Grand Rapids Campus. Biographical Highlights. Laura Smith Haviland was ...
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I became especially interested in the biography of the daring abolitionist, Laura Smith Haviland, whom historian Catherine Clinton has compared to Harriet ...
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An Examination of a Woman's Life Work: Laura Smith Haviland ...
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Shelly A. McCoy Grissom, 2007
Because of a lack of historical research and study, the role that women played in the development of higher education in America in the mid-1800's is unknown by many.
More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Michigan Women
More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Michigan Women
Julia Pferdehirt, 2007
More than Petticoats: Remarkable Michigan Women tells the stories of twelve strong and determined women who broke through social, cultural, or political barriers.
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In Your Face Women: Laura Smith Haviland
Laura Smith Haviland, not only established schools where Black and White children studied together in the 1830's and ran a principle stop on the Underground Railroad, but she made one Southern plantation owner so crazy that he wrote her a letter, calling her "a rogue, a damnable thief, a Negro thief, an out-breaker, a criminal in the sight of all honest men" who he was sure would eventually wind up in "the inner temple of hell. " She responded with such strong words of her own that he was prompted to distribute flyers describing her, giving her address, and offering a $3000 bounty to anyone who could kidnap or even murder her.
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Images – Laura Smith Haviland | gracewolbrink
Wow! Images. Our minds think in images - not words, not ideas, but the visual images behind those words and ideas. These past few months I have been meeting the challenge of crafting an original story out of historical research. One of these stories involves the life of Laura Smith Haviland, arriving as a young…
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The Birthday of Eternity
Laura Smith Haviland, died April 20, 1898 In 1881, Laura wrote her autobiography in A Woman’s Life Work. In it she summarizes her philosophy: Is it not the duty of every Christian to bring his or her religion into every line of life work, and act as conscientiously in politics as in church work? Sanctified common sense is loudly called for on the highway of holiness.
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An examination of a woman’s life work: Laura Smith Haviland and the founding of the Raisin Institute | Education Papers
Because of a lack of historical research and study, the role that women played in the development of higher Education in America in the mid-1800′s is unknown by many. One woman of influence in this time was Laura Smith Haviland (1808-1898).
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An 1865 Visit to Fredericksburg–Mary Washington, a school, and an orphan | Fredericksburg Remembered
In September 1865, suffragist, reformer, and advocate for education for newly freed slaves Laura Smith Haviland visited Fredericksburg. Her especial focus was on schools--especially schools for former slaves--and she spent time at a school for 181 white children operated by a Miss Strausburg (about whom I can learn nothing, and cannot pinpoint the…
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Book Review of Sacred Friendships by Ian F. Jones @ BCSFN
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Peace with Justice — Joe Lynne Rader | Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends (Quakers)
As we focus on the Advent, it was brought to my attention that Advent is the root word for Adventure. May we focus on God’s gift of his son, and his promise
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Second Baptist Church - Michigan Historical Markers on Waymarking.com
The Second Baptist Church marker is located at 607 North Broad Street Adrian, MI.
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Michigan Quarterly Review|OF WATERWAYS AND RUNAWAYS: REFLECTIONS ON THE GREAT LAKES IN UNDERGROUND RAILROAD HISTORY
nonfiction by Tiya Miles Here in the Great Lakes region of the Midwest, waterways were especially pivotal to Underground Railroad history, and movement to and across those waters highlights the remarkable bravery, determination, and resourcefulness of escaping slaves as well as their allies. The Old Northwest (the Midwestern territory designated by the Northwest Ordinance of 1787) was central ground for abolitionist struggle in the middle decades of the nineteenth century because of its location on two liquid borders. The line between the slaveholding country of the U.S. and the free realm of British-controlled Upper Canada (or Canada West), and the line between the slave state of Kentucky and the free state of Ohio flowed through this region in the form of water.[2] The winding rivers and ample lakes that characterized the area’s geography and marked the boundaries between and among colonial-European states and Native nations also became physical markers, signs, and routes of the Underground Railroad.
www.michiganquarterlyreview.com/2011/10/of-waterways-and-runaways-reflections-on-the-great-lakes-in-underground-railroad-history/
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