Declaration of Sentiments of the Seneca Falls Convention – 1848 (women suffrage) primary source document w/ reading questions

  

Declaration of Sentiments of the Seneca Falls Convention

This primary source document marked the beginning of the seventy-year struggle for women’s suffrage as Elizabeth Cady Stanton hosted the Seneca Falls Convention for women in up-state New York. In addition, this selection contains reading questions.

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7 Responses to Declaration of Sentiments of the Seneca Falls Convention – 1848 (women suffrage) primary source document w/ reading questions

  1. Pingback: Elizabeth Stanton :: Important Americans

  2. Hello, my name is Kassandra. I would like to know if I can use one of your images for my blog for my Journalism and Democracy class. The image I’d like to get permission on, is the Women’s Rights Convention at Seneca Falls.
    This is my blog —> http://klope19408.blogspot.com/

    Thank you.

    • Ms. Lopez, you are welcome to use any portion of information from this site. This site is intended for the educational use and benefits of students and instructors. These particular images were obtained from the Library of Congress, an excellent source of copy-right free images and documents. Good Luck with your studies. Rob Martinez

  3. samia says:

    i love this wed site

  4. elena says:

    hello I am doing Susan B Anthony for a project and I was wondering is this picture is a primary source

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