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    2/24/14 Elizabeth Cady Stanton             There are many people that have contributed to what is now known as America. This place filled with opportunities‚ dreams‚ freedom and equality would have never been without the courageous people of the past. The souls willing to give up anything for a future where everyone is welcomed and accepted. Elizabeth Cady Stanton yearned for a life where women were praised and acknowledged. She desired

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    Elizabeth Cady Stanton Leader in the Movement for Women’s Rights I. Early Life a. Elizabeth was born in 1815 in New York. b. She was one of eleven children and only six survived past their youth. This caused her mother to go into deep depression. c. Elizabeth received a good education for a woman and spent a lot of time of with her father who discussed books and legal issues with her. d. When her only surviving brother from her childhood died‚ her father was very upset and told Elizabeth that he

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    Clark Period 6 Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) was an outstanding figure in the history of the fight for women’s rights‚ and also worked within the abolitionist movement. It has been 111 years since her death‚ and yet the standards she set for women’s rights still affect many movements today. One of Elizabeth’s greatest accomplishments was the organization of the Seneca Falls Convention‚ in which 300 people (including 40 men) attended to listen to guest speakers‚ such as Stanton‚ speak about the

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    personal role model is Elizabeth Cady Stanton‚ a leader of the women’s rights movement during the 19th century. She is someone who manifested all of these heroic traits by combatting the sexist ideas people had during this era. Throughout the course of her life‚ she shattered the expectations

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    Elizabeth Cady Stanton was am important element of the Woman’s Rights Movements. Elizabeth Stanton was born in 1815 to Daniel and Mary Livingston Cady. What really made Elizabeth become a catalyst of the Woman’s Rights Movement was when her sister and her were born. Her parents reaction to her and her sister’s birth was a greatly disappointment to the both of them because they preferred boys then girls. One thing Stanton wanted to do while growing up was to please her parents. She tried to

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    10.4 Elizabeth Cady Stanton- Declaration of Sentiments 1848 Elizabeth Cady Stanton drafted the Declaration of sentiments for women’s rights suffrage at Wesleyan Chapel at Seneca Falls‚ New York‚ on July 19‚ 1848. (Scholastic) It was based on the Declaration of Independence and described the types if discrimination women faced in America. She presented at the first women’s rights convention. Other women like Lucrettia Mott helped play a major role. There was a list of issues that were “resolved”

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    Biography of Elizabeth Cady Stanton By: Kylie Fung Elizabeth Cady Stanton was both an abolitionist and a women’s right activist‚ feminist‚ editor‚ and writer. Her writing‚ Declaration of Sentiments‚ gave a revolutionary call to all women across the country. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born on November 12‚ 1815 in Johnstown‚ New York. After she graduated from the Emma Willard’s Troy Female Seminary in 1832‚ she started to get interested in abolitionist‚ temperance‚ and women’s rights movements from

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    Elizabeth Cady Stanton was one of the strongest advocates and leaders in the early women’s rights movement. She attended numerous conventions and meetings in attempts to speak her mind and promote equality. She relentlessly fought for the equality of all people‚ and drew backup from both the Declaration of Independence and from the Bible to make her points. She is often credited with starting the women’s rights movement with her presentation at Seneca Falls in 1848. While she was able to gather

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    Elizabeth Cady Stanton HIS 132-IC1: Rogowski Darin Aldridge May 6‚ 2011 Throughout history‚ struggles have defined groups of people and focused their resolve to alter the course of human history. For women‚ the early trials seemed insurmountable‚ but with the birth of a single female‚ woman acquired an advocate and spokesperson who would forge a new and fiery path for the women’s rights movement. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a remarkable woman who from an early age recognized

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    “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created equal. Self-development is a higher duty than self-sacrifice. The best protection any woman can have... is courage.” - Elizabeth Cady Stanton Introduction The Women’s Rights Movement began in 1848‚ and lasted for about seventy years. The years leading up to the movement were very difficult for women. Women were considered weaker than men‚ therefore they were not treated equally. Women at this time were made totally dependant

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