Seneca Falls Convention

Seneca Falls Convention
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  •  I love being a mother and a wife, but I feel stifled. I want to make a political difference in the lives of women across America but I don't know how...
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton finds a letter from outside of her home. It says...
  • We are a group of quaker women who embrace equality, community and activism. Come to our tea party to discuss how we may extend the rights of women across America! Sincerely, Quaker Activist Women
  • At the Quaker Tea Party, Stanton meets Lucretia Mott, a quaker, abolitionist and women's right activist. They begin to discuss their feelings towards political and social restrictions on women...
  • America's future depends on all people have equal rights. Women need to become more politically involved.
  • I agree! We should hold a convention to take action towards promoting civil, social and religious rights of women!
  • The Seneca Falls Convention in New York takes place. Over 300 people attend and a majority are already involved in the anti-slavery movement. Women address different female issues, such as education, property ownership, child custody, and voting. They read the Declaration of Sentiments, which states...
  • "We hold these truths to be self-evident...that all men and women are created equal."
  • All attendees sign the "Declaration of Sentiments" that contains the 12 resolutions put forth to promoting the rights of women. This event marked one of the most significant steps towards women gaining certain rights, most specifically the right to vote.
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