Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Camille Parker

Introduction


"The best protection a woman can have is courage."- Elizabeth Cady Stanton. My person is Elizabeth Cady Stanton, she was a abolitionist that hated slavery. Elizabeth had a very good life compared to other kids. She lived in a very nice house in Johnstown, New York. Elizabeth went to school and had a very nice life there. One of her quotes where " I am always busy, which is perhaps the chief reason why I am always well."

Elizabeth had a very good life in Johnstown

"Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born in Johnstown, New York. She was born on November 12, 1815. When elizabeth was school age she actually went to school to learn." But not many little boys and girls got the opportunity to go to school. This was because they didn't have enough money. One of her quotes is " The more complete the despotism, the more smoothly all things move on the surface."

Elizabeth wasn't very prepared for all of her family

"When Elizabeth was older she met and fell in love with a man named Henry B. Stanton. " Then, in 1840 they got married and went on their honeymoon. While they where on their honeymoon, Elizabeth met Lucretia Mott. Which is the leading american female abolitionist.Then right after Elizabeth got married to Henry she had some children. The Stantons then moved to Seneca Falls where Elizabeth had her last child. Elizabeth was very happy with her family.

Elizabeth was really doing well with slavery

When Elizabeth met Susan B. Anthony they suddenly formed a lifelong partnership in 1851. Elizabeth was best known for being a women's rights leader. Then, in 1848 she organized the first women's rights conservation. Elizabeth was important to the Civil War because she helped women earn the right to vote. She was a very good leader to the Civil War.

Conclusion

"Elizabeth Cady Stanton died in 1902 on the date of October 26." People still honor her for what she has done to help. She is still remembered as one of the leaders of the women's rights conservation also in american history. Although, people still remember her as a women's rights activist. Lastly, just because some people like her doesn't mean that everyone does.

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