Lowell, Josephine Shaw (1843–1905)

Philanthropist, social reformer, and a leader of the American scientific charity movement, Josephine Shaw was born into a wealthy and prominent abolitionist Boston family that in the 1850s resettled in Staten Island, New York. During the Civil War, the teenaged Josephine ...

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