Women's suffrage

Women's suffrage

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  • Today class we are going to the national womens museum in California
  • We will hear Elizabeth Stanton speak while we are there
  • We have arrived at the national women's museum
  • In the 1800's many women were trying to get equal rights and freedoms that men had. Women's suffrage was a very big topic back then. Many women like Elizabeth Stanton pushed for many rights like voting, education, and to not have their husbands control their lives. All of their hard work for women's rights payed off because they were granted the rights to vote, control property, and their wages
  • Here we are at the museum where you can see many sculptures and learn about historic women in the past like, Elizabeth Stanton and Lucretia Mott
  • Many women didn't have the same rights as men in the 1800's. I prepared many speech's to persuade the government to change their laws. 
  • I helped organize the Seneca Falls Convention and proposed the Decleration of Sentiments
  • I hope that in the future that everyone will be treated equal. I hope that all of you kids know that you can do anything as long as you put your mind to it.
  • Thanks to people like Elizabeth Stanton and Lucretia Mott we now have the right to vote
  • 10 Years Later...
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