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[[image:elizabethcadystanton.jpg|200px|thumb|Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her daughter, Harriot--from a daguerreotype 1856.]]
 
'''Elizabeth Cady Stanton'''(1815-1902) was an [[American]] womens' rights activist.  She died before she could achieve her goal of seeing women get the right to vote.  As with most leaders of the early womens' rights movement, she was a staunch anti-abortionist as she wrote in her bi-weekly periodical.<ref>''The Revolution'', I, No. 5; February 5, 1868</ref>
 
  
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[[Category:Women|Cady Stanton, Elizabeth]][[category:Political people|Cady Stanton, Elizabeth]]
 
[[category:United States History]]
 

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