Definition of Child, Lydia Maria in English:

Child, Lydia Maria

Syllabification: Child, Lydia Maria

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( 1802–80), US abolitionist and writer; born Lydia Maria Francis. She was editor of the National Anti-Slavery Standard 1841–43 and the author of novels, children’s books, and the poem “Thanksgiving Day,” which begins “Over the river and through the woods.”.

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