Sojourner Truth vs Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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American women's rights activist
Women’s Rights Activist
Net worth 2018
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Swartekill, New York
Residence
Johnstown
United States
Country
United States
01/12/1797
BirthDay
12/11/1815
November 26, 1883
Died On
October 26, 1902
Education
1832 - Emma Willard School
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2002

This abolitionist was listed on the list of 100 Greatest African Americans by the scholar Molefi Asante in 2002

1810

She was sold off a couple more times before she became the property of John Dumont in 1810

1806

After the death of her owners, Truth was sold off at an auction along with a flock of sheep in 1806

1920

Constitution was passed in 1920, which gave women the right to vote

1902

The couple had seven childrenElizabeth Cady Stanton died due to a heart attack on October 26, 1902, in the New York City at her daughter’s home

1895

In 1895, ‘The Women’s Bible’ got published which she wrote with Gage

1881

She began writing along with Susan and the two volumes of her “History of Woman Suffrage” got published in 1881 and 1882 respectively

1880

In 1880 itself she stopped lecturing and started devoting all her time in writing and travelling

1869

In 1869, Susan and Elizabeth, along with Matilda Joslyn Gage, founded the National Woman Suffrage Association

1863

In 1863, they formed the Woman’s National Loyal League for supporting the Thirteenth Amendment for abolishing slavery

1850

The convention was a hit and in 1850, she got invited at the National Women’s Rights Convention in Worcester, Massachusetts to speak on the women’s rights

1848

On July 19 and 20 of 1848, she, along with several other women, organised the first ever women’s rights convention in Seneca Falls

1847

After marriage, Elizabeth Cady Stanton moved back to New York, in 1847, and she tried to focus exclusively on being a wife and a mother

1840

In 1840, Elizabeth got married to Henry Brewster Stanton who was an antislavery orator and a journalist

1830

She received her early education from the school at the Johnstown Academy and later on she joined Emma Willard’s Troy Female Seminary from 1830–1833

1815

Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born on November 12, 1815, in Johnstown, New York