National Woman's Suffrage
By Naomi Stella and A'sha Aiken
1869, two woman by the names Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony have had enough of the lack of rights woman possed. So they created the National Woman's Suffrage Association for all those woman who were angered and tired of the lack of rights they had. When Elizabeth Stanton was young her father would favor her brother more than her. So she decided to learn the ways of a boy and impress her father. Instead she was sent to an all female seminary in Troy, New York even though she disapproved of single sex eductaion. When she soon became a young adult she moved and met Henry B. Stanton and they were instantly married. Soon she and her husband moved to London to attend "World Anti-Slavery Convention" there Stanton met Lucretia Mott an advocate with the Women's rights and shared her anger with the women about the lack of woman's rights. On the other hand Susan B. Anthony, from an early age was interested in several reform movements, particulary temperance and abolition. Anthony soon met Lucy stone, Lucretia Mott, Fredrick Douglas and William Lloyd Garrison. In 1851, Anthony met Elizabeth Stanton, Who three years earlier had called the first woman's right's convention in Seneca, New York.
We were voters out West! Why deny our rights in the east?
Woman Protesting their anger for the lack of their voting right in the East.
Susan B. Anthony
A march of woman proteesting for their rights.
"The prolonged slavery of women is the darkest page on human history"- Elizabeth Cady Stanton
National American Woman Suffrage Association
Jordin Sparks - I Am Woman