Amelia Bloomer. Lindsey Abramson, Laura Eckman, & Staci Gelatka. Biography. Born in Homer, New York, on May 27, 1818 Educated for only 2 years, but remarkably intelligent Became a teacher Married Dexter Bloomer Wrote articles in support of prohibition and women\'s rights in
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Lindsey Abramson, Laura Eckman, & Staci Gelatka
May 27, 1818
prohibition and women\'s rights in
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