This article is seriously worth the read particularly for all you women out there! Check this out! : )

The right to vote in America was at first extended only to white male landowners, but by the end of the 1830s had been extended to all white male citizens. The energetic and socially-active women of the United States believed this was not enough. In 1848, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott invited fellow abolitionists to Seneca Falls, New York to discuss not liberating slaves, but liberating women by giving them the power to vote. Read more: Pros & Cons of Women’s Voting Rights & the Nineteenth Amendment | eHow.com

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