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English: Josephine Sophia White Griffing (1814–1872) was an American reformer who campaigned against slavery and for women's rights. She was born in Hebron on December 18, 1814 but later settled in Litchfield. There she worked for the Western Anti-Slavery Society and Ohio Woman's Rights Association. At the end of the Civil War she moved to Washington, to help work with the unemployed freedmen. She died there on February 18, 1872.