Historical Library

General Information

1850 Convention

The first National Woman's Rights Convention resolved to support "equality for all, without distinction of sex or color," setting it apart from others of its day. Contemporaries saw it as the beginning of the organized women's rights movement.

1851 Convention

Male Voices on Woman's Rights

Rediscovered Voices


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