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Rights for Women

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The National Women's History Museum collected important documents and historical photographs of the women who took part in this historic meeting.
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Seneca falls | National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

Seneca falls | National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution | Seneca Falls Convention | Scoop.it
This site describes the key conflict dividing the Seneca Falls Convention and the women's rights movement: suffrage. Surprising to many today, not all women in the 1800s believed that women should vote. The issue was resolved in 1920 when the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution was passed.
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Seneca Falls Convention - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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For basic background information on the Seneca Falls Convention.

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Reference on Seneca Falls Convention

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The Lily and Amelia Jenks Bloomer

The Lily and Amelia Jenks Bloomer | Seneca Falls Convention | Scoop.it

As a result of the Seneca Falls Convention, Amelia Bloomer gained support for a newspaper, The Lily. This was the first newspaper to be published and edited by a woman.

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Internet History Sourcebooks

The Declaration of Sentiments was issued by the participants of the Seneca Falls Convention. It may look like a rip off of the Declaration of Independence, but it is actually cleaverly pointing out that the case for women's rights is not dissimilar to that of the American colonists against the British in 1776.
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Dictionary of American History- Seneca Falls

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