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Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Transcript of Elizabeth Cady Stanton
By : Carter Spillman
Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born November 12 1815 in Jamestown NY.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton was the only girl in her whole entire class.
Elizabeth's father wished she was a boy because
his two sons had died.
Elizabeth held the first Woman's Rights
Young Elizabeth won many awards but sadly she would never go to College.
In her adult years Mrs.Stanton helped write "The Revolution" with Susan B. Antony.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton made an atempt to vote
to make a point that everyone should have equal
At one point Elizabeth asked her father who
was a Judge to pass a law that gave women
more rights he said he could not and only legislators could.
Elizabeth wrote the Declaration of Rights and Segments for Women .
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