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Who was a Quaker and helped to reform prisons?

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Question by Katrina Wesencraft
Submitted on 12/9/2003
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Who was a Quaker and helped to reform
prisons?


Answer by Mystical Ranter
Submitted on 12/26/2003
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In my country (Britain), it was Elizabeth Fry (1780-1845), who US friends may not know has her picture on the British 5.00 note. So all most everyone in Britain walks about with a portrait of this famous Quaker in their pocket.

 

Answer by terra klien
Submitted on 1/30/2007
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a quaker was john adams,s and he used to help slaves when needed any time of the day

 

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