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1 May's Recollections, pp. 39-72; Oasis, p. 180; Life of A. Tappan, pp. 152-158; Larned's Windham County, 2.490-502; Report of Arguments of Counsel, etc.; Fruits of Colonizationism; Providence Bulletin, Dec. 30, 1880, Jan. 22, 1881; Abdy's Journal of Residence in U. S., 1.194-213; Jay's Inquiry, pp. 30-41.
2 ‘Unequalled woman in this servile age,’ Mr. Garrison calls her, in an acrostic ‘addressed to her who is the ornament of her sex’ (Lib. 4.47). Miss Crandall was his senior by two years. August 12, 1834, she married the Rev. Calvin Philleo, a Baptist clergyman of Ithaca, N. Y., and removed to Illinois. After his death in 1874 she removed with her brother Hezekiah to Southern Kansas. She retains (1885) her vigor of mind and interest in the colored race to a remarkable degree.
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