• Womens Roles In The Revolution
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    Women's Roles in the Revolution. Women's Roles in the Revolution A. Family Enterprises 1. Women took over 2. Succeeded Despite a. inflation b. British Occupancy c. absence of important supplies 3. gave women self-confidence 4. proved that women could make a living by themselves B. Army Camps 1. Women came to be with soldiers a. were fed by military b. were cared for by military 2. The women: a. cooked b. cleaned c. sewed d. served as nurses e. were not treated specially 1. marched with men 2....
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton Women Suffrage Father
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    Elizabeth Cady Stanton I was once called the most dangerous woman in America because I dared to ask for the unthinkable- the right to vote. I challenged my culture's basic assumptions about men and women, and dedicated my life to the pursuit of equal rights for all women. My name is Elizabeth Cady Stanton. I was born in Johnstown, New York, on the 12 th of November, 1815. My father is the prominent attorney and judge Daniel Cady and my mother is Margaret Livingston Cady. I was born the seventh c...
  • 1848 Womens Rights Convention
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    Through out history, Americans have fought for the rights of freedom in their country, freedoms that have been passed down through dozen's of generations. Freedom's such as religion, speech, press, slavery and the right to vote. Americans, though very aware of their freedoms, often take them for granted and forget the struggles that their ancestors went through to obtain them. One example of this struggle is a woman's right to be treated and looked upon by the government as equals. This was not ...
  • Seneca Falls Women Rights Men
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    While being born in the modern times, no woman knows what it was like to have a status less than a man's. It is hard to envision what struggles many women had to go through in order to get the rights to be considered equal. In the essay The Meanings of Seneca Falls, 1848-1998, Gerda Lerner recalls the events surrounding the great women's movement. Among the several women that stand out in the movement, Elizabeth Cady Stanton stands out because of her accomplishments. Upon being denied seating an...
  • Religion And Sarah Grimke
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    The concept of religion is something that is widely used but frequently misunderstood. During the 19 th century religious ideologies were widely practiced, and had subsequent influences on nearly every facet of society. Sadly, religion was used particularly in the form of Christianity to keep certain groups oppressed; these groups included (but not limited to) both women and Blacks. Christianity despite its teachings of kindness, love and equality was somehow twisted and instead of focusing on d...
  • Seneca Falls Women Stanton Rights
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    Title: The road from SENECA FALLS. (cover story) Source: New Republic, 08/10/98, Vol. 219 Issue 6, p 26, 12 p, 3 bw Author (s): Stansell, Christine Abstract: Reviews several books related to women's suffrage and feminism. 'The Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady STANTON and Susan B. Anthony, Volume One: In the School of Anti-Slavery, 1840-1866,' edited by Ann D. Gordon; 'Harriet STANTON Blatch and the Winning of Woman Suffrage,' by Ellen Carol DuBois; 'Woman Suffrage and the Origins of Liberal Fem...
  • Women In The Revolution
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    I. Womens Roles in the Revolution A. Family Enterprises 1. Women took over 2. Succeeded Despite a. inflation b. British Occupancy c. absence of important supplies 3. gave women self-confidence 4. proved that women could make a living by themselves B. Army Camps 1. Women came to be with soldiers a. were fed by military b. were cared for by military 2. The women: a. cooked b. cleaned c. sewed d. served as nurses e. were not treated specially 1. marched with men 2. slept in the snow C. Women So...
  • American Dream America People One
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    Everyday students work vigorously to secure academic success. They frequently set goals for themselves and strive to reach them. The American dream is like a grade which a student works hard to receive. It is a goal that one sets for himself. The dream, just like the grade, may not always be easy to achieve, but through hard work and determination anyone can live out their dreams. As people travel across the Atlantic from Europe, they look out and see the Statue of Liberty holding her radiating ...
  • American Dream 2 Seneca Falls
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    The American Dream is the idea that all people in this country have a chance to achieve success and create a better life for their children but there are variations on this basic idea. For many people, the American dream means simply financial success, for others it is obtaining positions of power, and for still others it is freedom. Freedom can be viewed and obtained in many different ways. As seen in the following documents, Fredrick Douglass, the women behind The Seneca Falls Declaration of S...
  • Seneca Falls Woman Suffrage
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    Seneca Falls Since the beginning of human existence, women have been viewed as inferior to men. Biblical teachings imply that the first woman came from the rib of a man. In the opinion of many people, both past and present, man is the head of the house. Patriarchal societies have dominated the world for thousands of years. Despite being regarded as subordinate human beings, forces were at work undermining such attitudes from the earliest colonial days. In the early years of American Colonial So...
  • Reformers Had Quietly Expanded Women Men Alcohol Society
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    The American History Series: Women in Antebellum Reform was written by Lori D. Ginzberg who focused her work on the battle women went through to obtain rights in their society. This book is broken up into five chapters with numerous subtopics to better inform the reader. Edited by John Hope Franklin of Duke University and A. S. Eisen stadt of Brooklyn College have also helped to bring this book together. "This is a soul-stirring era," remarked Reverend William Mitchell in 1835, "and will be so ...
  • American Dream Everyday Students
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    Everyday students work vigorously to secure academic success. They frequently set goals for themselves and strive to reach them. The American dream is like a grade which a student works hard to receive. It is a goal that one sets for himself. The dream, just like the grade, may not always be easy to achieve, but through hard work and determination anyone can live out their dreams. As people travel across the Atlantic from Europe, they look out and see the Statue of Liberty holding her radiating...