Womens right movement.

Womens right movement.

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  •          Women's Right Movement
  • The Meeting when they are deciding whether or not women should have the right to vote.
  • Women' s Right Movement
  • Anti-Slavery convention where Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton met in 1840. Their friendship helped spark the movement for women's right.
  • Elizabeth
  • Lucretia
  • Women' s Right Movement
  • "I forged the thunderbolts, she fired them."
  • The women's rights convention. On July 19, 1848 nearly 300 people showed up to the convention, including 40 men. 
  • All Pictures are NOT made to scale!
  • Women' s Right Movement
  • Women' s Right Movement
  • Meet My Reformer!
  • This is when they make the decision if the women have the right to vote.  They decide that all women have the right to vote! 
  • The way my reform impacts today:  Because of the women that stood up for their rights to vote when men wouldn't let them, we today allow everyone equally, to vote.
  • This is Elizabeth Cady Stanton, I think that she had the most impact on the reform,  when this all began to happen she was 25 and newly married, and she had never spoken publicly before.  She knew from her history studies that the united states did not treat women fairly, she fought for her rights and accomplished!  She later then stayed in Seneca Falls to raise her children.
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