Abby Morton Diaz
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Who is Abby Morton Diaz?
Abby Morton Diaz was a teacher and women's rights organizer.
- born on (194 years ago) in Plymouth
- died on (111 years ago)
- written works: "The William Henry Letters", "The Schoolmaster's Trunk", "A Domestic Problem", "Chronicles of the Stimpcett family and others", "Polly Cologne", "Bybury to Beacon street", "Conventions during the antislavery agitation", "The John Spicer lectures", "The Jimmyjohns", "Lucy Maria", "A story-book for the children"
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by Mary Ellen Snodgrass
The union's president, Abby Morton Diaz, and director, Mary Morton Kimball Kehew, expanded the curriculum with vocationaltraining classes and placement andlegal services. In the 1880s,Mary Welch openeda cookeryschoolin herown ...
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