The Una was the first feminist periodical that was owned, written, and edited entirely by women. Launched in Providence, Rhode Island by Paulina Wright Davis in February 1853, it eventually relocated to Boston, where it continued to be published until October 1855. Contributors included Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucy Stone.
" Out of great heart of nature seek we truth" was the quote in Vo.1 No.1.
- Encarta Encyclopedia: 2006 edition.
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