11 EDUCATION REFORM: REFORMS New York set up public elementary schools.Massachusetts voted to pay taxes to build better schools, pay teachers higher salaries, & establish training schools for teachers.By 1850, most white boys attended free public schools.Public universities accepted women.
12 ABOLITIONISM: GOAL OF THE MOVEMENT to abolish slavery
13 ABOLITIONISM: LEADERS OF THE MOVEMENT William Lloyd GarrisonFrederick DouglassAngelina & Sarah GrimkeSojourner Truth
14 WOMEN’S RIGHTS: CONDITIONS BEFORE THE MOVEMENT Women could not vote or hold office.Fathers/husbands controlled women’s money & property.Husbands could physically discipline their wives.
15 WOMEN’S RIGHTS: LEADERS OF THE MOVEMENT Lucretia MottElizabeth Cady StantonLucy Stone
16 SENECA FALLS: GRIEVANCES Man did not let woman vote.He did not give her property, rights, even to her own wages.He did not allow her to practice professions like medicine & law.
17 SENECA FALLS: ADVANCES ACHIEVED New York gave women control over property & wages.Massachusetts & Indiana passed more liberal divorce laws.Elizabeth Blackwell started her own hospital.Women eventually were given the right to vote.
18 Women’s GrievancesHe has made her, if married, in the eye of the law, civilly dead.
19 Women’s GrievancesHe has taken from her all right in property, even to the wages she earns.
20 Women’s GrievancesHe has so framed the laws of divorce, and to whom guardianship of the children shall be given, in all cases, puts all power into his hands.