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Elizabeth started all the trouble

Author: Doreen Rappaport; Matt Faulkner
Publisher: Los Angeles ; New York : Disney Hyperion, [2016]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Juvenile audience : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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She couldn't go to college. She couldn't become a politician. She couldn't even vote. But Elizabeth Cady Stanton didn't let that stop her. She called on women across the nation to stand together and demand to be treated as equal to men--and that included the right to vote. It took nearly seventy-five years and generations of women fighting for their rights through words, through action, and through pure  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Electronic books
Juvenile literature
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Rappaport, Doreen.
Elizabeth started all the trouble.
Los Angeles ; New York : Disney Hyperion, [2016]
(DLC) 2014031824
(OCoLC)900665485
Named Person: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Material Type: Document, Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Doreen Rappaport; Matt Faulkner
ISBN: 9781368005319 1368005314
OCLC Number: 979562711
Awards: A Junior Library Guild selection.
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume (unpaged)) : color illustrations
Responsibility: by Doreen Rappaport ; illustrated by Matt Faulkner.
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She couldn't go to college. She couldn't become a politician. She couldn't even vote. But Elizabeth Cady Stanton didn't let that stop her. She called on women across the nation to stand together and demand to be treated as equal to men--and that included the right to vote. It took nearly seventy-five years and generations of women fighting for their rights through words, through action, and through pure determination--for things to slowly begin to change.

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