Your students will learn that many gender inequalities existed in the 1800s when they read this letter that Elizabeth Cady Stanton wrote for a women’s convention. In her letter she proposes how to raise girls so that they grow to become strong and independent women. This is a great lesson for Women’s History Month. It also works well in your U.S. History classroom after learning about the Seneca Falls Convention.
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1-page adapted primary source with glossary*
1-page assignment with text-dependent questions*
Teaching guide and sample answers
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