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Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1816–1902)

Stanton, Mrs. Elizabeth (Cady). An American reformer and advocate of woman’s rights; born in Johnstown, NY, Nov. 12, 1816; died in New York City, Oct. 26, 1902. She called the first convention in behalf of woman suffrage, July 18, 1848. Besides numerous addresses and pamphlets, she wrote—jointly with Susan B. Anthony and F. Gage—a ‘History of Woman’s Suffrage’ (4 vols., 1880–86); and edited, with others, The Revolution (established 1868).