God, Gerrit & Guidance, Life of Ann Carroll FItzhugh Smith


God, Gerrit & Guidance: 
The Life of Ann Carroll Fitzhugh Smith

                                                                   by Norman K. Dann


he story of Ann Carroll Fitzhugh Smith is the story of a family that had a profound, lasting impact on the American landscape of the 19th century and beyond. She was the matriarch of a legacy that touched the worlds of abolition, women’s rights, woman suffrage, commerce, education, religion and even agriculture. 

More so than her husband, abolitionist Gerrit Smith; or her daughter, Elizabeth Smith Miller; she was not tied to one or two of these pursuits, but to all of them. And she created the environment in the Smith family that allowed all of these interests to thrive. 

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