Elizabeth Cady Stanton
• Born on November 13,
1815
• Johnstown, New York.
• one of the first leaders
of the American woman...
My Background
My Father, Daniel Cady a
prominent lawyer and
judge
My friend, Lucretia Mott
•successfully lived well into
a...
My
Accomplishments
•Women's Rights movement
•formed an organization,
National Woman Suffrage
Association in 1869 and worke...
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Elizabeth cady stanton

  1. 1. Elizabeth Cady Stanton • Born on November 13, 1815 • Johnstown, New York. • one of the first leaders of the American woman’s right movement •Writer, a Speaker, a suffragist and women’s right activist “Come, come, my conservative friend, wipe the dew off your spectacles, and see that the world is moving.”
  2. 2. My Background My Father, Daniel Cady a prominent lawyer and judge My friend, Lucretia Mott •successfully lived well into adulthood and through old age • enjoyed perusing her father’s law library and debating legal issues • Henry Brewster Stanton, and become active members of the American Anti-Slavery Society. • to London and refuse permission to speak at the meeting "Oh my daughter, I wish you were a boy!"
  3. 3. My Accomplishments •Women's Rights movement •formed an organization, National Woman Suffrage Association in 1869 and worked to secure women’s right to vote • the first influence to American woman of human rights •Women fought for the right to vote, the right to own property, and the right to work outside the home without discrimination National Woman Suffrage Association Organization The Woman’s Bible & Eight Years and More Books

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