Cranbury Public Library
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American Historical Theater Presents: Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Cranbury Public Library

Saturday, Mar. 18, 2:30PM

In celebration of Women’s History Month, please join us for the live actor portrayal of Elizabeth Cady Stanton- 19th century author, lecturer, and chief philosopher of the women’s rights and suffrage movements.


Elizabeth Cady Stanton shows us that reforms which would improve the human condition overall must be nurtured and fought for. From an early age, Elizabeth Cady realized that men held unfair advantages in just about every facet of life: education, occupation, legislation, property ownership, even in clothing style - and she was determined that she would embrace and speak out for reform. In 1848 Stanton was one of the chief organizers of the first United States Woman’s Rights Convention at Seneca Falls, New York. In partnership with Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton spent the latter half of the 19th century tirelessly speaking, writing, petitioning, and fighting for women’s rights in the United States.


This visit with Mrs. Cady Stanton will be a visit with an inspirational dynamo! She will encourage her guests to arm themselves with information, law, precedent, and energy in order to carry on the fight for equality!

This program will take place in Meeting Rooms 1&2.

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