Harriet Bishop

Writer, Author

1817 – 1883

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Who was Harriet Bishop?

Harriet E. Bishop was an American educator, writer, suffragist, and temperance activist. Born in Panton, Vermont, she moved to Saint Paul, Minnesota in 1847. There she started the first public school in the Minnesota Territory, the first Sunday school in the territory, was a founding member of temperance, suffrage and civic organizations, played a central role in establishing the First Baptist Church of Saint Paul, and was an active promoter of her adopted state.

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Born
Jan 1, 1817
Panton
Also known as
  • Harriet E. Bishop
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Died
Aug 8, 1883
Saint Paul

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on July 23, 2013

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