Elizabeth Cady Stanton

In Glogpedia

by woosterrehm
Last updated 4 years ago

Social Studies
Historical biographies

Toggle fullscreen Print glog
Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Before her death in 1902, she mailed a letter to Theodore Roosevelt asking for his support in the Women's Right Movement. Her daughter, Harriot Stanton Blatch, was also a women’s rights activist. Kahoot

Elizabeth Cady Stanton was the main reason they held the Seneca Falls Convention in July of 1848. There, the "Declaration of Sentiments" was signed and helped set up the main agenda for the Women's Rights Movement. Without her, this convention wouldn't have happened and this movement would have been much later in history.

Over her life, Elizabeth wrote many books including The Woman's Bible, that was based off the fact that women discrimination was mostly based off religion. She also wrote 3 volumes of The History of Women.

Elizabeth, one of 4 children was born on November 12, 1815 in New York. She became an activist, writer, editor, femanist, and a leading figure for the Women's Rights Movement. Video

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

She has helped protect the American Dream by helping to provide women with the same rights as men. Women would only get $2.50 a month while men would earn $10 for the same teaching job, By standing by women's right, E. C. Stanton has protected the right to economic opportunity in America.

Short Bio

The Trigger




Protection of the Dream


    There are no comments for this Glog.