She is the fantastic woman that reformed school for girls
How it all started
Against women suffrage
Equality in the domestic sphere.
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- CATHARINE ESTHER BEECHER, 1870
Primary source analysis:
P- the quote was delivered on December 10, Boston Music Hall.
P- I can understand that she wants men and women to be equal, and she wants women to gain their power.
A- this quote was said in front of a huge audience at the Boston Music Hall
R- I was produced at this time because it was the time when women reforms started to defend the feminine power.
The main idea- The main idea of the source is that every women has the task to gain power.
The importance of this quote is because its one of the firs times that a women tells the people that women have the duty to get to power and she was one of the first ones together with her sisters do defend the tasks of the women.
Multiple choice question
a. Domestic life of women
b. daily life of women
c. treatise on domestic economy
d. the life of cooks