Elizabeth Cady Stanton Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

This Biography is about one of the best Women’s Rights Activist Elizabeth Cady Stanton including her Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Real Name Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Profession Women’s Rights Activists, Civil Rights Activists
Nick Name Elizabeth Stanton
Famous as Women’s Rights Activist
Nationality American
Religion Agnosticism
Personal life of Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Born on 12 November 1815
Birthday 12th November
Died At Age 86
Sun Sign Scorpio
Born in Johnstown
Died on 26 October 1902
Place of death New York City
Grouping of People Feminists
Family Background of Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Father Daniel Cady
Mother Margaret Livingston Cady
Siblings Harriot Cady, Eleazar Cady, Margaret Cady
Spouse/Partner Henry Brewster Stanton
Children Harriot Eaton Stanton Blatch, Theodore Weld Stanton, Gerrit Smith Stanton, Henry Brewster Stanton, Jr., Daniel Cady Stanton, Robert Livingston Stanton, Margaret Livingston Stanton Lawrence
Education 1832 – Emma Willard School
Founder/Co-Founder American Equal Rights Association, National Woman Suffrage Association, International Council of Women, National American Woman Suffrage Association, Women’s rights
Personal Fact of Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a prominent 19th century American women rights and civil rights activist. She had a very liberal upbringing and law was a very common subject that was discussed at home. Her early exposure to law made her realise that law discriminates heavily against women, especially married women, who had practically no property, income, employment, or even custody rights over their own children.

She decided to fight for women’s rights and after growing up, she tirelessly campaigned for the women’s right to vote. Her campaigning partner was Susan B. Anthony; Elizabeth and Susan became a vital force in the women’s movement of the 19th century. Elizabeth formed the National Women’s Loyal League and eventually, after few years, established the National Woman Suffrage Association along with Susan.

She spoke fearlessly about liberal divorce laws and the reproductive self-determination and soon became the most celebrated voice of the women reformers during the late years of her life. Her constant efforts really helped in bringing forth several changes and the most important of them was the Nineteenth Amendment which provided all citizens with the right to vote. She was a reformer, a writer and was also probably one of the most prominent feminist leaders America ever had.

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton


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