Electa Nobles Lincoln Walton

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Educator, lecturer, writer, and suffragist

Why Is Electa Nobles Lincoln Walton Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Electa Nobles Lincoln Walton was a black educator, lecturer, writer, and suffragist from the U.S. state of New York. Though she was co-author of a series of arithmetics books, the publishers decided that her name should be withheld. She became an advocate for the enfranchisement of women. She was said to be the "first woman to administer a state normal school". She was an officer of the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association, an active member and director in the New England Women's Educational Club of Boston, and president of the West Newton Woman's Educational Club since its organization in 1880. Though not a prolific writer, she sometimes contributed to the press. She was an occasional lecturer upon literary and philanthropic subjects.

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