Chapter 15 section 3

Chapter 15 section 3

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  • Women want rights
  • Wait a minute. We only have as many rights as this slave!
  • That's messed up.
  • Seneca falls
  • We want suffrage, we want rights!
  • Emma Willard
  • No, your educational system is horsefeathers!
  • You own this school? Horsefeathers!
  • Some women abolitionists realized that they didn't have that many rights. A woman named Lucretia Mott met a lady named Elizabeth Stanton, and they started the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society. They both were for more women's rights.
  • Maria Mitchell
  • Oh my god, it's a comet!!!
  • Mott and Stanton organized the first convention for women's rights in Seneca falls. They said they wanted suffrage for all women, for laws that discriminated against women to end, and they wanted all rights men had. They showed they wanted this by writing a declaration so sentiments and resolutions, modeled after the declaration of independence.
  • Women get more rights
  • Wohoo! Women can vote!
  • 1920
  • This lady was taught stuff that people thought was only suitable for men, such as science and mathematics. She made the Troy Female Seminary, so she could teach women lots of stuff. Another lady named Mary Lyon made the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, so she could also teach women lots of stuff.
  •  This lady was taught by her father, and she was the first person ever to see a comet through a telescope. She also became the first woman to join the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
  • After the Seneca falls convention, the movement for women's rights grew immensely. Susan B. Anthony joined the fray, and she wanted coeducation, which made men and women get taught together. Eventually, women gain all the rights they wanted, such as voting, and the ability to be their own person, and get divorced if they want to.
  • Guys, we're all dead.
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