1823, Dec 91898, Jun 4
a Swedish feminist activist and writer. She is one of the three great pioneers of the organized women's rights movement in Sweden, alongside Fredrika Bremer and Sophie Adlersparre. One of her friends, Hulda Hahr, was a teacher at a girls' school in Limestone, a town near Charleston, South Carolina, United States, and offered her a position on the school. She later wrote a description of her stay and of the culture of the American South. She returned to Sweden in 1855.
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