Elizabeth Cady Stanton was the driving force behind the Woman's Rights Convention in New York in 1848. For the following 50 years she was a leader in the fight for women's rights. The Declaration of Independence she co-authored called for the most radical right for women: women's suffrage. This reproduction features the full text of the Declaration, Stanton's portrait, her signature, and a brief biography of the famous leader.
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- Accurate reproduction on antiqued parchment
- 1 page
- Document size: 14" x 16"
- comes folded in envelope