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Declaration of Sentiments
Women rights were not the same as men because they were not treated the same but near house wives. They were unable to vote, not being able to do public speeches, and should just be at home taking care of everything. These are the women rights they had back then and they were treated.
The Declaration of Sentiments are is a similar version of the Declaration of Independence but for women beliefs. When this was signed at least one hundred woman were there to say that they want equal rights. This is the Declaration of Sentiments and what it was at the time.
Seneca Falls is the first convention that women had organized a group to promote their rights. Even though women didn't get to vote until 1920 under the nineteenth amendment Seneca Falls is what started it. This is the Seneca Falls and what it had an effect on women rights later on the future.
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