The Decleration Of Sentiments Free The Rights for Women
The Tea Party
Willard's Centenary Collage
Willard's Ccentenary Collage
Two woman decided to hold the Declaration of Sentiments and created a list of all the things men take away from them. Some of the things were natural rights. They got 100 signatures from women and men.
Elizabeth Cady Station and Susan B. Anthony were told they couldn't be at a building where the debate was being held because they were women and they wanted to do something about it. The had a tea party they decided that women should have rights for anything men should have. They had a plan in mind.
In the 1821 Willard Collage for women open. Just between 1821through 1872 more than 12,000 women attended the collage.Now women could get educated just like men.