How Did an International Agenda Shape the American Women's Rights Movement, 1840-1869?

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Abstract

Introduction

Document 1: Sarah Pugh, Protest of the Delegates to the World's Anti-Slavery Convention, 11 June 1840

Document 2: Lucretia Mott, Sarah Pugh, and Mary Grew, "Report of the Delegates to the London Convention," 15 October 1840

Document 3: Helene Marie Weber, letter, 3 August 1850, read at the Woman's Rights Convention, Worcester, Mass., October 1850.

Document 4: Harriet Martineau to Emma Coe, 3 August 1851, read at the Woman's Rights Convention, Worcester, Mass., October 1851.

Document 5: Jeanne Deroin and Pauline Roland to the Woman's Rights Convention, Worcester, Mass., October 1851.

Document 6: Ernestine Rose, Speech, Woman's Rights Convention, Worcester, Mass., October 1851

Document 7: Marion Reid, Letter, to the National Woman's Rights Convention, Syracuse, N.Y., September 1852

Document 8: Lucretia Mott, Address to the National Woman's Rights Convention, Syracuse, N.Y., September 1852

Document 9: Paulina Wright Davis, Resolution, the National Woman's Rights Convention, New York, N.Y., September 1853

Document 10: William Lloyd Garrison, Speech in support of the resolution, National Woman's Rights Convention, New York, N.Y., September 1853

Document 11: Mathilde Franziska Anneke, Speech to the National Woman's Rights Convention, New York, N.Y., September 1853

Document 12: Lucretia Mott, Speech to the National Woman's Rights Convention, Cleveland, Ohio, October 1853.

Document 13: Ernestine Rose, Vindication of French women, National Woman's Rights Convention, Cleveland, Ohio, October 1853

Document 14: Ernestine Rose to the Editor of the Albany Daily State Register, 7 March 1854

Document 15: Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Resolution, Seventh National Woman's Rights Convention, New York, N.Y., November 1856

Document 16: Ernestine Rose, Resolution, Seventh National Woman's Rights Convention, New York, N.Y., November 1856

Document 17: Caroline Healey Dall, Speech to the Ninth National Woman's Rights Convention, New York, N.Y., May 12, 1859

Document 18: Wendell Phillips, Speech to the Ninth National Woman's Rights Convention, New York City, May 12, 1859

Document 19: Ernestine L. Rose, Speech, Tenth National Woman's Rights Convention, New York, N.Y., May 1860.

Document 20: Lucretia Mott, Speech at the Eleventh National Woman's Rights Convention, New York, N.Y., May 1866

Document 21: Caroline Healey Dall, Report to the Eleventh National Woman's Rights Convention, May 1866

Document 22: Frances D. Gage, Address to the 1st Anniversary Meeting of the American Equal Rights Association, May 1867

Document 23: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Letter to The Revolution, 18 February 1869

Document 24: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Letter to The Revolution, 7 March 1869

Document 25: Mathilde Franziska Anneke, Speech to the American Equal Rights Association, New York, New York, May 1869

Document 26: Jenny d'Héricourt, Speech to the American Equal Rights Association, New York, New York, May 1869

Document 27: National Woman Suffrage Association, Letter to the Woman's Industrial Congress at Berlin, 28 September 1869

Document 28A: Dues receipt, Susan B. Anthony, Association Internationale des Femmes, 10 October 1869

Document 28B: Dues receipt, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Association Internationale des Femmes, 10 October 1869

Document 29: National Woman Suffrage Association, Call for the Convention of the International Council of Women, June 1887

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