Her mother hired her a private tutor where she developed her writing skills.
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Subsequently, she moved to Wichita Kansas in 1884, where her husband was a successful banker.
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In 1868 she moved with her husband, son, and father to Chicago, where she began her activism.
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Soon, she began speaking about women's suffrage, beginning at the first Woman's Rights Convention in 1869.
She married her second husband, Lewis Anderson, in 1881, and they retired to a farm near Columbus.