Social Position of Women in England during 1700s-1800s
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The Regency Era

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England's upper ten thousand were known as The Ton, from the French phrase "le bon ton," meaning in the fashionable mode.
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A short introduction to the Regency era and how women were expected to behave.

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The Seneca Falls Convention

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"The period between 1820 and 1860 is characterized by the many reform movements[...]" The Seneca Falls convention was organized to give women their rights.

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Women's Convention

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The picture shows a woman speaking at the convention to other women.

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Lives of Women in the early 1800s

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Daily life of women during early 1800s.

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Histories: Women in the 1800’s

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Histories: Women in the 1800’s
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What women could and couldn’t do during 1800s

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Seneca Falls Convention

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Women at the Seneca Falls convention

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