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Mary Ann Shadd Cary


Mary Ann Shadd was the oldest she began a teaching career.
The Shadd home was a stop of thirteen children in the family.
After Mary Ann graduated from the Quaker school black soldiers for the union army.
She called for education and action help slave owners regain runaway slaves.
The Fugitive Slave Act was passed to lived apart for extended periods of time.
To avoid the effects of the slave act law to correct injustices to black people.
She and Samuel Ward published edit a newspaper.
Mary Ann was the first black woman to on the Underground Railroad.
She and her husband Thomas many runaway slaves moved to Canada.
Mary Ann became a recruiter of a newspaper called the Provincial Freeman.
She completed a law degree  when she was sixty years old.
She worked with Susan B. Anthony to obtain the right to vote for women.

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