A Woman's Declaration of Independence - 1848 (13.75" x 15.75")
Elizabeth Cady Stanton: After seeing the cruel and unjust treatment of women before the law, in the office of her father, Judge Cady, she vowed, even as a child, to find a way to help change these laws. Together with friends, she planned and executed the first Woman's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, New York, 19th and 20th 1848.
All documents are rolled, ribbon tied and supplied in a clear plastic collectors tube.
This product is also available framed in solid wood ebony or walnut finish.