Women's Rights in Marriage in the 1800's

 Thesis Statement
The Declaration of Sentiments was a revolutionary document for 19th century marriage. Many women felt oppressed in married life and the Declaration opened doors for many women (although some did not fully agree). People began to take a stand on their opinions and coerce legislation to change for the better.
This Declaration, which was signed at the Seneca Falls Convention, impacted America forever.
Created by: Lizz C., Anne G., Zoe K.