Hannah Tracy Cutler born Becket, MA December 25, 1815 (d. 1896). Pioneering woman physician; abolitionist speaker widowed by mob killing her husband; first president of American Woman Suffrage Assn. 1870; delegate to World Peace Convention, London 1851.
“Emboldened me to speak before the great congregation on behalf of woman’s equal. . . right to have her interests represented in the council of nations.” (Ohio Cultivator, March-April 1852, Frances Kaye “The Ladies Department”, Agricultural History, 1976, vol. 50, p, 422; photo Wikipedia)