Paulina Kellogg Wright Davis born Bloomfield, NY August 7, 1813 (d. 1876). Abolitionist, and suffragist; feminist editor of women's newspaper The Una; main organizer of the first National Woman's Rights Convention Worcester, MA 1850; home nearly burned by mob, Utica, NY Oct. 1835.
"The reform which we propose. . . is radical and universal. . . The emancipation of a class, the reform of half the world. . . in which love shall overrule force." (Women’s Rights Convention, Worcester, Oct. 23, 1850; photo Wikipedia)