1825 – Born on May 4th in Bristol, England. American editor and suffragist.
1832 – His family moved to the United States in New York City.
1855 – Blackwell married Lucy Stone, the college friend of Antoinette Brown, on May 1st.
1867 – He wrote a message to Southern legislature proposing the extension of woman suffrage to counterbalance negro suffrage.
1869 – He devoted most of his time and money to help his wife in organize the American Woman Suffrage Association.
1870 – Stone founded The Woman’s Journal in Boston, Massachusetts. When funding was scarce, he edited the paper without salary until his death.
1909 – Henry Browne Blackwell died on September 7th.