Essay heading: 1848 Women's Rights Convention
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April 10, 2003
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Later that year, the couple attended an anti-slavery convention, where Elizabeth along with seven other female delegates were denied the right to take vocal parts in the convention. Stanton along with fellow American Feminist, Lucretia Coffin Mott, were placed behind a curtain, out of view, not allow to take part in the proceedings...
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1846, the Stanton Family moved from Boston, where they had been vocal in temperance and abolition, to the industrial area of Seneca Falls, New York.
Eight years after their denial to take part at the London Anti-Slavery Convention, Stanton and Mott along with many other American women feminists such as Susan B...
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