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In Woman's Tribune, January 16, 1892, Elizabeth Cady Stanton recalls 1889 visit with her family in Hempstead, Long Island; visit with cousin Elizabeth Smith Miller and family in Geneva, revealing details of life at Lochland; treatment at Dansville Sanatorium; comments on gift-giving custom and women's needlework
In Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, December 16, 1894, Elizabeth Cady Stanton recalls her childhood attempts to be like a boy after her brother's death by mastering Greek and Latin and learning to ride horses; awakening to legal discrimination against women by observing the plight of her father's women clients.

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01/01/1892
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Stanton, Elizabeth Cady (Author)
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