Elizabeth Cady Stanton

The Library of American Lives and Times

American women were first allowed to vote in 1920. The quest to secure that right began in 1848, when Elizabeth Cady Stanton and others held the Seneca Falls Convention in Seneca Falls, New York. Over the decades that followed, Stanton tirelessly wrote, petitioned, and lectured on behalf of securing not just the ballot, but also equality for women in the workplace, in schools, and within America's legal system.

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Book Review--
"Excellent. Great job in telling facts about the subject. Well done. Easy to read."- K. Mercure, Lux Middle School, Lincoln, NE
Library Bound Book List: $38.27 / S&L: $28.70

Reading Level: 5

Interest Level: 4-8

Product type : Library Bound Book
ISBN : 978-1-4042-2647-0
Author : Dawn Adiletta
Copyright : 2005
Language : English
Category : Social Studies, American History
Pages : 112
Trim : 6 7/8" x 9 1/2"
Dewey : B
Dewey(two) : 305.42
ATOS : 8.3
ARPoints : 2
Subject : Social Studies, American History
Binding : Library