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Archibald Grimké - Career
... Grimké lived and worked in the Boston area most of his career ... Grimké became involved in the women's rights movement, which his aunts had supported, and addressed it in the Hub ... In the South, the situation for blacks was deteriorating, and Grimké continued the struggle against racism, allying at times with other major leaders of the day ...
Charlotte Forten Grimké House
... The Charlotte Forten Grimké House is a historic home in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Northwest Washington, D.C. 1886, the house was owned by Charlotte Forten Grimké (1837–1914), one of the first Northern educators who entered Union-controlled areas of the South during the American Civil War ... Grimké was the first African American to teach former slaves in the South and co-founder of the Colored Women's League in 1894 ...
Archibald Grimké - Marriage and Family
... with his law practice in Boston, Massachusetts, Archibald Grimké met and married Sarah Stanley, a white woman from the Midwest ... They had a daughter, Angelina Weld Grimké, born in 1880 ... In 1894, Grimké was appointed as consul to the Dominican Republic ...
Grimké
... Grimké is a surname ... Notable people with the surname include John Faucheraud Grimké (1752-1819) Sarah Moore Grimké (1792-1873) Angelina Emily Grimké (1805–1879) Charlotte Forten Grimké (1837-1914 ...
Henry Clarke Wright - Missionary Work
... Later, his Newburyport home served as headquarters in summer 1837 for Angelina Grimké and Sarah Grimké when they began to create controversy over women speaking in public ... Wright was accused of encouraging the Grimkés to take too bold a stand on a woman's public role ... of conversations he had with the Grimkés about extending his radical pacifist views to question all forms of domination in the family ...