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1 Elizabeth Cady Stanton
By: Shannon Kulig Elizabeth Cady Stanton Early Life Influences Women’s Movement Solitary Actions Organization Involvement Influence On The World Quotes Citations

2 Early Life Elizabeth was born on November 12, 1815.
Elizabeth’s father’s name was Daniel Cady. Elizabeth’s mother’s name was Margaret Livingston Elizabeth attended Troy Female Seminary, one of the best schools for women. Troy Seminary Troy Seminary

3 Influences Daniel Cady, played an influential part of Elizabeth’s education. Gerrit Smith Gerrit Smith’s who led a home of reform. Henry Brewster Henry Brewster, an influential abolitionist of the time period. Lucretia Mott Lucretia Mott, who joined Stanton at the London Anti-Slavery Convention. Daniel Cady Susan B. Anthony, a fellow suffragette.

4 Women’s Movement Elizabeth’s Goals and Achievements
Provide women with a stable society in which they were a part. Giving women the ability to vote, express their opinions, own property, and have custody of their own children. Led the Convention at Seneca Falls, New York in 1848. Founded The National Women’s Suffrage Association or NWSA Published The Revolution a newspaper. Suffragettes Bandwagon to Seneca Falls Suffrage March

5 Solitary Actions Wrote the Declarations of Sentiments and many other speeches She wrote Eighty Years and More and The Woman’s Bible. Stanton had eleven resolutions for women’s rights. Elizabeth Cady Stanton

6 Organization Involvement
Merged the American Women’s Suffrage Association with NWSA in 1890 Organized the International Council of Women Began the Women’s State Temperance Society in 1854 Women’s Loyal National League American Equal Rights Association in 1866 Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony Elizabeth Cady Stanton

7 Influence on the World The 19th amendment
Stanton wrote the History of Women’s Suffrage. She helped enact a property law in New York. November 2, 1820, 8 million women voted for the first time in America. Women waiting to vote Women placing ballots

8 E l i z a b e t h C a d y S t a n t o n
Quotes “It requires philosophy and heroism to rise above the opinion of the wise men of all nations and races.” “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created equal.” Elizabeth Cady Stanton “Because man and woman are the complement of one another, we need woman's thought in national affairs to make a safe and stable government.” “So long as women are slaves, men will be knaves.” E l i z a b e t h C a d y S t a n t o n

9 Citations "The Complete List of Historical Women - Last Name Begins with "R-S"" Legends of America - A Travel Site for the Nostalgic and Historic Minded. Web. 17 Feb "Elizabeth Cady Stanton." Digital Writing and Research Lab. Web. 17 Feb < "Elizabeth Cady Stanton." Women's History - Comprehensive Women's History Research Guide. Web. 14 Jan < "Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony-The Movement." PBS. Web. 14 Jan < "The Susan B. Anthony Center for Women's Leadership :: Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton." University of Rochester. Web. 17 Feb <

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