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Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Transcript of Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born on November 12,1815 in Johnstown , New York. She died on October 26, 1902 at the age of 82.
Lucretia Mott- the leading american female abolitionist was a major inspiration in Elizabeths life.
When not working on the women's rights campaign she was a stay at home mom.
She had four children.
- Lawrence Stanton
As a child she visited many social activities , and decided to move out with her family and primarily live with her cousin Gerrit Smith
Something mysterious about her is that her cousin was apart of the "super six"
She was one of the few women who tried to fight for women's rights and never give up through thick and thin.
She was looked down on because she did not have completed college degree
One of Elizabeth's favorite hobbies was to write. She even published a book dedicated to the woman's rights campaign.
A song that that represent Elizabeth Is Girl On Fire by Alicia Key.
An uncommon fact about Elizabeth is that she helped with the nineteenth amendment.
She stayed committed to the women's rights campaign till she died.
Elizabeth received the best female education at the Emma Willard academy.
Her father was Daniel Cady ,and her mother was Margret Cady.
Johnstown, originally John's Town, was founded in 1762 by a man named Sir William Johnson, who was a Baronet who named it after his son John Johnson
During Elizabeth's fight for women's rights the Civil war was occurring.