Lucy Stone

© Photographed April 7, 2017
Erected 1930 by historian, Dr. C.V. Porter
Viroqua, Vernon County, Wisconsin
43.559889, -90.890571
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July 4, 1856, Lucy Stone 
"Morning Star of the Woman's
Rights movement" delivered
the first woman's rights addr- (sic)
ess and anti slavery speech
ever given by a woman in the
great northwest. The platform
broke down. Rising unhurt she
cried "So will this nation fall
unless slavery is abolished."
"The world for women has been
revolutionized largely thru
the efforts of Lucy Stone and
her co-workers."
Alice Stone Blackwell

The marker is located at Pioneer Cemetery and is accessible from northbound North Rock Avenue, between Church Street (to the south) and West Broadway Street (to the north), Viroqua, Wisconsin 54665.

Wikipedia: Lucy Stone

Mass Moments: Woman's Rights Pioneer Lucy Stone / Born August 13, 1818

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Daguerreotype of Lucy Stone, American suffragist
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The marker is located at Pioneer Cemetery in Viroqua, Wisconsin.

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