THE WOMEN RIGHT IN SENECA FALLS

MEN HAVE RIGHTS SO DO WOMEN

WOMEN SHOULD HAVE RIGHTS

The seed for the first Woman's Rights Convention was planted in 1840, when Elizabeth Cady Stanton met Lucretia Mott at the World Anti-Slavery Convention in London, the conference that refused to seat Mott and other women delegates from America because of their sex. Stanton, the young bride of an antislavery agent, and Mott, a Quaker preacher and veteran of reform, talked then of calling a convention to address the condition of women. Eight years later, it came about as a spontaneous event.

THE SENECA FALLS CONVENTION

Seneca Falls Convention

Emily Cady Stanton

Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born on july 19-20,1848.

Seneca Falls,ny womens resolution proclaming equality giving women the same rights as men.

ELIZABETH CADY STANTON AND LUCRETIA MOT ECS 12-12-1815 THEY THOUGHT WOMEN RIGHT WAS IMPORTANT.

DEDARATION OF SENTIMENTS IN ASTORM OF CRITISM

This affected women that have followed by inspiring women to fight for rights. The world be different if the event hadn't happened because the world would be bad because women would'nt have rights.the event affected me because it gave my mother rights and personal freedom.







BY Diontae Mason

Citations

MLA Citation

"Seneca Falls Convention." Image. Library of Congress. American History. ABC-CLIO, 2014. Web. 7 Mar. 2014.