Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Elizabeth Cady Stanton fought for women's rights and fought against slavery. Can you imagine what her life must have been like? What was she like as a person? Read this book in the American Lives series to get to know Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Find out how she tried to make life better for herself and other people like her. Find out why Elizabeth joined the fight against slavery, who Elizabeth's partner was in the fight for women's rights, and how Elizabeth raised her children.
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