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Elizabeth Cady Stanton

"Woman Knows the Cost of Life"

Series: Americans—The Spirit of a Nation

By Deborah Kent

In 1848, on a sweltering July day in the small town of Seneca Falls, New York, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her fellow supporters would make history. They staged the first ever women’s rights convention. The convention passed Resolution 9, which said women should have the right to vote. Although this right would not be recognized in the United States until many years later, Cady Stanton had ignited a revolution. Throughout her life, Cady Stanton worked tirelessly for women’s suffrage. In this biography, author Deborah Kent explores this heroic woman’s passionate pursuit of equal rights and her lasting impact on a revolutionary movement.

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Reviews

"…an excellent reference for information on Elizabeth Cady Stanton in particular and the women’s rights movement in general."

South Sound Book Review Council, February 17, 2014

". . . these balanced titles consistently sort fact from fiction and confirm each figure's place in history . . . well-documented biographies."

The Horn Book Guide, Fall 2010

". . . a readable, well-organized overview of the life of a key figure in the woman’s suffrage movement . . . provides solid information for a report."

Children's Literature

". . . a fine resource for students researching Stanton or the overall women’s rights movement . . ."

Delaware County Library System, October 1, 2010

"This readable, informative biography is an inspiration and a reminder of a dedicated woman who stood up for what she believed."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, May 2010

"The life of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, pioneering women’s rights activist, comes alive in this interesting biography . . . the book details her valuable contributions and passion for the movement."

Book Buzz, April 2011

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