Attended the World's Anti-Slavery Convention, but she was not allowed to participate.
ELIZABETHCADYSTANTON
Brought strong organizational skills to the Woman's Rights Movement.
SUSANBANTHONY
Pointed out laws that negatively affected women.
SARAHGRIMKE
This document detailed beliefs about social injustice toward women.
DECL. OF SENTIMENTS
Was a well known spokesperson for the Anti-Slavery Society. Was also called a gifted speaker in the early Women's Rights Movement.
LUCYSTONE
She rode 40 miles in a wagon to stand in the hot and crowded Wesleyan Church and participate in the Seneca Falls Woman’s Rights Convention on July 19, 1848.
CHARLOTTEWOODWARD
An American journalist, critic, and women's rights advocate associated with the American transcendentalism movement.
MARGARETFULLER
Was another powerful supporter of both abolition and women's rights.
SOJOURNERTRUTH
Worked with Elizabeth Cady Stanton to hold the Seneca Falls Conventions.
LUCRETIAMOTT
The first public meeting about Women's rights held in the United States.
SENACAFALLSCONV.
Women took advantage of better educational opportunities in the early eighteen hundreds.
Change
A goal in this movement.
WOMENSRIGHTS
Women should be allowed to enter traditionally male Professions such as religion and law
Goal
New York finally gave married women ownership of wages and property.
Change
Equal pay for equal work.
Goal
Involved in Women's education.
EMMAWILLARD
an American educator known for her forthright opinions on female education.
CATHANNEBEECHER
Uncle Tom's cabin
HARRIETBEECHERSTOWE
To create greater opportunities for women through better education.
Goal
Educational opportunities in general.
Goal