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Elizabeth Cady Stanton 19th century

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Elizabeth Cady Stanton is the biography of Elizabeth Stanton written by Oakley, Mary Ann B. This book will give incite to Elizabeth's upbringing and her motives for leading the women's rights movement.

National Women's History Museum

This is a short biography of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. With this source we can look into Elizabeth's background and see why she wanted to lead the women's rights movement. This web page also introduces some articles and books that Elizabeth wrote.

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

This website gives a biography of Elizabeth Stanton. This site was opened in 1995 to provide open access to detailed, scholarly information. The site meets all the requirements for academic research. Will be useful in our project, allowing us to go back in Elizabeth's past and see what drove her to lead the women's rights movement.

For Suffragette Stanton, All Women Were Not Created Equal

This is an interview by Lori D. Ginzberg about Elizabeth Cady Stanton and what she really was fighting for during the women's rights movement. Lori D. Ginzberg is a professor of history and women's studies at Penn State University. This website meets all requirements of the UTA library guidelines.

Address to the Legislature of New York, 1854

The Address to the Legislature of New York is a famous speech given by Elizabeth Cady Stanton. This speech resulted in new legislation in 1860 granting married women the rights to their wages and equal guardianship of their children. The Women's Rights National Historical Park was established in 1980 to preserve the cultural sites and structures associated with the struggle for equal rights. The website meets all requirements for a scholarly archive.

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Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton

This image shows Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton working together for a common goal. Both very important and influential people during the women's rights movement.

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Group of Influential Women

Group of Influential Women

A picture of Lucretia Mott, Grace Greenwood, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Anna Dickinson, Mary Livermore, Susan B. Anthony, and Lydia Maria Child. This picture shows some of the most influential women during the 19th century. This group of women assisted Elizabeth Cady Stanton with leading the women's rights movement.

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Photo of Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Photo of Elizabeth Cady Stanton

This is a photo of Elizabeth during her younger years. Most of the sites listed on this list.ly use a older photo of Elizabeth. This provides us with a unique photo to use especially if we cover her early years.