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People/Characters: Elizabeth Fry

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Angel of the Prison: A Story About Elizabeth Fry (Stories About Christian Heroes) by Jan Johnson
Angel of the Prisons: The Story of Elizabeth Fry by Cecil Northcott
Betsy: The Dramatic Biography of Prison Reformer Elizabeth Fry by Jean Hatton
Elizabeth Fry by Georgina King Lewis
Elizabeth Fry by Kitty Barne
Elizabeth Fry by June Rose
Elizabeth Fry (Heroes of the Cross) by Catherine M. Swift
Elizabeth Fry (Makers of Britain) by John Kent
Elizabeth Fry, 1780-1845: Women in Prison by Maggie Goodrich
Elizabeth Fry, Quaker heroine by Janet Whitney
Elizabeth Fry: A Quaker Life (Sacred Literature) by Gil Skidmore
A Fistful of Heroes by John Pollock
Friend of Prisoners The Story of Elizabeth Fry by Geoffry Hanks
The Gaol: The Story of Newgate - London's Most Notorious Prison by Kelly Grovier
Headline History: The Nineteenth Century by John Ray
The Journal of George Fox by George Fox
Little Journeys to the Homes of Famous Women {complete} by Elbert Hubbard
Memoir of the Life of Elizabeth Fry (Volume 1); With Extracts From Her Journal and Letters by Elizabeth Gurney Fry
Newgate: London's Prototype of Hell by Stephen Halliday
The Rise of Caring Power: Elizabeth Fry and Josephine Butler in Britain and the Netherlands by Annemieke Van Drenth
The Thieves of Tyburn Square by Dave Jackson
Trailblazers: Danger on the Flying Trapeze, the Runaway's Revenge, the Thieves of Tyburn Square, Quest for the Lost Pric by Dave Jackson
The Value of Kindness: The Story of Elizabeth Fry (Valuetales) by Spencer Johnson
Women of power and presence : the spiritual formation of four Quaker women ministers by Maureen Graham
Women volunteer to go to prison : a history of the Elizabeth Fry Society of B.C., 1939-1989 by Lee Jean Stewart
The young Elizabeth Fry by Patrick Pringle

Character description

Elizabeth Fry, née Gurney (1780-1845) , was an English prison reformer, writer, and philanthropist. She was a major influence on Parliamentary legislation to make the treatment of prisoners more humane.

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