Essay heading: Females: Voices Being Heard
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July 23, 2006
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White women who were involved in the abolitionists were married to abolitionists or from abolitionist families, though some rejected the ideas of their families. Key white women worked for the abolition of slavery, helping African American women find their voices as well as their rights.
One of the strongest voices is that of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, born 1815 and deceased 1902...
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Stanton is believed to be the driving force behind the 1848 Convention, and for the following fifty years contributed a leadership role to the women's rights movement (nps 1). Through her extensive career, she was a backbone for the movement's most important strategies and documents. Elizabeth Stanton like others such as Susan B...
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