Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions

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Written by social activist and suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, this declaration played a significant role in the women’s rights movement. This document was written and signed by both men and women at the Seneca Falls Convention – the first women’s rights convention. Also, the document was very controversial for its time. As students read, they should take notes on Stanton’s tone and purpose in the declaration. This text is for 11th grade readers.

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