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Change over Time - Women/Seneca Falls/Suffrage Movement/ Post Reconstruction/ Prevailing Social-Political Temperaments
"Women: equality, liberty and freedom"
Until the end of Reconstruction in 1877 many women were viewed as objects that had no place in the evolution of society. Eventually women moved themselves out of the imposed shadow of doubt placed upon them and held a conference for the liberation and equality of women in Seneca Falls in the late nineteenth century. However, on the road to Seneca Falls women were able to achieve slight political freedoms but numerous social freedoms that enabled them to tackle reforms and the home.
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- Change over Time - Women/Seneca Falls/Suffrage Movement/ Post Reconstruction/ Prevailing Social-Political Temperaments
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