Elizabeth Cady Stanton had 9 children.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton had 7 children with Henry Stanton. Five of her children were boys and two of which were girls.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton had five brothers and four sisters. Of the ten siblings, she was the middle one.
she had no kids
one named nora
Elizebeth Cady Stanton had 11 brothers and sisters in all but all her brothers had died wich left her with only 4 sisters left.
She had 4 sisters and 5 brothers. Elizabeth was the middle child and was 1 of 10 siblings.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a woman who lived during the 1800's who fought for woman's rights. It was because of her and many other women (including Susan B. Anthony) that the 19th amendment was written giving women the right to vote. _________________________________________________________________________________________
Considering she was part of a major scandal, many judged her and her husband and as a result many lost their jobs
She had 7 children with Henry Stanton. 5 were boys and 2 were girls.
Lucretia Mott is so important because if she did not so what she did, many peoples livesd would be difreetnnt
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Susan B. Anthony was famous for being a womans activist. She fought for womens rights along with Elizabeth Cady Stanton and many others.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Maud Wood Park were leaders of the woman's sufferage movement.There were several leaders of women's suffrage (ex. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Alice Paul, etc.) Susan B. Anthony was the main leaderSusan B. Anthonyemmeline pankhurst you're welcomeThere were two groups of the suffrage movement, the NUWSS (otherwise known as suffragists) lead by Millicent Fawcett and the suffragettes group, the WSPU, founded by Emmeline and Christabel Pankhurst. Another driving factor of the movement was Emily Davison who threw herself onto the race course at Epsom Derby.elizabeth cady StantonElizabeth Cady StantonMany people participated, and the people who "led" is an opinion. Anyway, three people who helped big time were Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Amelia Bloomer. I believe Amelia Bloomer also popularized women's right to wear pants.Many people participated, and the people who "led" is an opinion. Anyway, three people who helped big time were Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Amelia Bloomer. I believe Amelia Bloomer also popularized women's right to wear pants.Susan B. AnthonyWomen's suffrage has been achieved at various times in different countries. The modern movement for women's suffrage originated in France in the 1780s and 1790s, where Antoine Condorcet and Olympe de Gouges advocated women's suffrage in national elections.
Elizabeth Quincy Smith had four children?
Queen Elizabeth had four children
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Queen Elizabeth I did not get married and she didn't have any children. Queen Elizabeth II has four children; Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward.
Queen Elizabeth has 4 children
The queen has 3 children.
Unlike many women of her era, Stanton was formally educated. She attended Johnstown Academy, where she studied Latin, Greek and mathematics until the age of 16. At the Academy, she enjoyed being in co-educational classes where she could compete intellectually and academically with boys her age and older. She won several academic awards and honors, including the award for Greek language.
The conference, perhaps the first to discuss women's rights in America, was held in Seneca Falls NY, and its leaders were Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott. About 300 people attended, many of whom were Quakers, and about 40 of whom were men (including Lucretia Mott's husband James).