Women's Rights During The 1800s

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during the early 1800's, women were generally trapped in their homes and would only perform domestic chaos and duties. Nature and the society had given them roles as the home keepers, ethical keepers for the home and the entire society, as well as house wives for their families.Many of these same women became vocal participants of the women's rights movement. Though strains of feminist thought had existed within the temperance and abolition movements, the first formal meeting organized toward addressing gender inequality was the 1848 Women's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, New York. At Seneca Falls, over 300 women and men met over three days to discuss the current state of women according to U.S. law and strategies to mobilize women across

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