Mary Bonney

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Mary Lucinda Bonney (June 8, 1816 – July 24, 1900) was an American educator and advocate for Native American rights. She founded the Ogontz School for Young Ladies in Philadelphia. In collaboration with Amelia Stone Quinton she founded the Women's National Indian Association.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mathes, V.S. 2009. "Mary Lucinda Bonney and Amelia Stone Quinton, Founders of the Women's National Indian Association". American Baptist Quarterly. 28, no. 4: 421-440.
  • Graves, K. L. Bonney, Mary Lucinda. American National Biography Online, Feb. 2000.