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The Women Who Are First In Worlds history

The history of American women has wholly pioneer women who fought for their rights, they worked hard to be treated equally and made great progress in areas such as science, politics, sports, literature and art. These are just some of the notable accomplishments, not to mention the historians, the people in the United States. What about "first famous" American women reach the next?

The first Accession Convention on Women's Rights in Seneca Falls, New York, 1848
In July 1848 about 240 men and women gathered in New York for a meeting, organizers said, "the condition and the rights of women social, civil and religious to discuss." Per cent of the delegates - 68 women and 32 men signed a statement of sentiment inspired by the Declaration of Independence, stating that women and men who are citizens with were "inalienable right of suffrage." Seneca falls convention marks the beginning of the campaign by female vote.

Wyoming Territory is the first woman to gra…