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Elizabeth Cady Stanton

By aap5975
  • Eliabeth Cady Stanton's Birth

    Eliabeth Cady Stanton's Birth
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    Susan B Anthony's family moved to New York

    This probibly effected Elizabeth because she was friends with Susan and later she made a speech to the New York Legislater. Why would she have made her speech there if she had notheing to do with the city, no family or friends?
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    Death of Elizabeth's brother

    Elizabeth's fauther, next to his son's casket, had said,"Oh, my daughter, I wish you were a boy!" Elizabeth in return hugged him and said back,"I will try to be all my brother was."
    After to help her family with the grief, she trys to fill in for her brother so she gets an education.
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    Elizabeth graduates from Jamestown Academy

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    Elizabeth graduates Troy Female Seminary

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    Marries Henry Brewster Stanton

    Marries, under her fauther's wishes, he had choose her husband for her.
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    The Stantons move to Seneca Falls from Boston

    After moving to Seneca Falls she feels that women don't have any important roles in the community
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    Eliabeth leads the first Women's Rights Convetion

    There were only 4 women present at the convention, but she wrote their Declaration of Rights and Sentiments that included their statments of women's rights in social and political areas.
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    The Married Women's Property Act 1848

    Elizabeth would later give a speech to try to get the New York Legdislater to change it
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    Elizabeth and Susan B. Anthony meet

    They soon became friends and lead women's rights movment together.
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    Elizabth and Susan Lead the Women's State Temperance Society

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    Elizabeth and Susan begin their women's rights campaign

    the pair trys to expand New York's Married Women's Property Law of 1848
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    Elizabeth's last child is born

    this will be her seventh child
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    Elizabeth's speech to the New York Legislature

    The New York Married Women's Property Law of 1848 expands the rights given to married women, it was then renamed the New York Married Women's Property Law of 1860
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    civil war

    this my have effected elizabeth by making her realize that the war started because they were fighting for the rights of the slaves and she may have figured out that women should fight for their rights too
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    Elizabeth and Susan help establish the American Equal Rights Association

    The porpose of the American Equal Rights Assosiation was to get voting rights for women and African Americans
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    The Rovolution was published by Elizabeth and Susan

    Although the paper was a finatial bust, it was politically successful because it gave them a place to voice their opinians. Elizabeth was the main writer and editor and Susan was the publisher and business manager.
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    Abandon hope in the New Departure

    The Supreme Court said that votting is not a guaranteed privolege, so instead they focused on the National Women's Sufferage Association on a campain to get women's sufferage.
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    Elizabeth writes and submits the NWSA's proposed amendment

    NWSA= National Women's Sufferage Associstion
    She submitted her work to the US senate, for the next 40 years it would be brought up at every Congress Session
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    Creation of the first 3 volumes of the History of Woman Sufferage

    This tells the story of their movement for women's sufferge
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    Elizabeth and Susan visit Europe

    The pair wanted to see if the idea of an international sufferage movement was possible.
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    Elizabeth and Susan visit Europe again

    again seeing if it was possible for an international women's rights movement
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    International Women's Rights Conference was held

    it was the first and largest international conference held by women, but it did nothing to farther the pair's movement
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    NWSA and the AWSA merge

    the force for women's sufferage was no longer divided
    they merged to become the National American Women's Sufferage Association(NAWSA)
    AWSA= American Women's Sufferage Association
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    the NAWSA trys for individual states to allow voting for women

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    Elizabeth retires from the NAWSA presidency

    Before she left she gave her famous speech, "The Solitude of Self"
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    Elizabeth publishes the first volume of the Women's Bible

    Although it was an instant best seller, her collegues at NAWSA were not impressed
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton Dies

    Elizabeth Cady Stanton Dies
    She is to be killed of heart failure.
  • Women are Allowed to Vote

    I believe that if Elizabeth were still alive to see that all her hard work had payed off then she would jump for joy :)