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Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a leading figure in the American women's rights movement of the 19th century. She was a co-founder (with Lucretia Mott) of the famous 1848 Women's Rights Convention held at Seneca Falls, New York, and drafted the convention's Declaration of Sentiments. Stanton is often remembered in connection with her friend and fellow reformer Susan B. Anthony. More »
Born: November 12, 1815 (Johnstown, New York)

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Women's rights pioneer Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) gave this powerful speech in 1868 at the Women's Suffrage Convention in Washington, D.C. Twenty years earlier, at Seneca Falls, New York, she had helped to launch the women's rights movement in America. Stanton worked tirelessly for more than a ...

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton's keynote address at the Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention was the opening shot of the women's rights movement.

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Editorial Note: The manuscript of an address Elizabeth Cady Stanton delivered after the conventions of 1848 was handed down to her daughters, who gave it to SBA, who in turn deposited it in the Library of Congress. Writing to her daughters, Stanton called it her "first speech," one "delivered several times immediately after  ...

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton served for twenty years as the president of the National Woman Suffrage Association and as the first president of NAWSA. In 1892, she resigned at age 77. Her resignation speech, “The Solitude of Self,” eloquently articulated the arguments for the equality of women that she had spent her adult life ...

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Editorial note: At the Metropolitan Opera House, on her eightieth birthday, Elizabeth Cady Stanton occupied center stage on a throne-like chair a little higher than the ones on either side for Susan B Anthony and Mary Dickinson. Around her were close friends, pioneers in professions and reforms, delegates from the ...

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Feb 3, 2015 ... Listen to and read Suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton's speech to the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. Congress on January 18, 1892. In this speech, Ms. Stanton explains that women deserve the same rights as American men because women are fully and unavoidably responsible for themselves, no matter ...

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ELIZABETH CADY STANTON, “OUR GIRLS” (WINTER 1880). [1] They are the music, the flowers, the sunshine of our social life. How beautiful they make our homes, churches, schools and festive scenes: how glad and gay they make our streets with their scarlet plumes, bright shawls and tartan plaids. Who can see a bevy ...