Adele M. Fielde

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Adele Marion Fielde
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Born Adelia Field
(1839-03-30)March 30, 1839
East Rodman, New York
Died February 23, 1916(1916-02-23) (aged 76)
Parent(s) Leighton Field and Sophia (Tiffany) Field
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Adele Marion Fielde (born Adelia Field) (March 30, 1839 – February 23, 1916)[1] was a social activist, Baptist missionary, scientist, and writer.[2][3]

She was born in East Rodman, New York on March 30, 1839 to Leighton Field and Sophia Field. She graduated from New York State Normal School in Albany in 1860.[1]

In 1894, after the defeat of the women's suffrage amendment to the New York State constitution, Fielde was one of six prominent suffragists who founded the League for Political Education.

Selected works[edit]

From the Memorial biography of Adele M. Fielde, humanitarian, by Helen Norton Stevens


  1. ^ a b Stevens, Helen Norton (1918). Memorial Biography of Adele M. Fielde: Humanitarian. Fielde Memorial Committee. 
  2. ^ Tucker, Ruth A. "Adele M. Fielde". Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Christianity. Retrieved 20 April 2014. 
  3. ^ Warren, Leonard (14 January 2004). Adele Marion Fielde: Feminist, Social Activist, Scientist. Routledge. ISBN 9781134488155.