Elizabeth cady stanton wrote that lucy stone was the first person by whom the heart of the american public was deeply stirred on the woman question  together, anthony, stanton, and stone have been called the 19th-century triumvirate of women's suffrage and feminism. Many leaders in the women's rights movement, including lucy stone, elizabeth blackwell, and julia ward howe, strongly argued against stanton's all or nothing position by 1869, disagreement over ratification of the fifteenth amendment had given birth to two separate women's suffrage organizations the elizabeth cady stanton – susan b.
Elizabeth cady stanton was a true leader of the woman suffrage movement, serving as the president of the national woman suffrage association for twenty years and the as first president of the national american woman suffrage association. Lucy stone house of representatives committee receiving a delegate reading her argument in favor of woman's voting, on the basis of the 14th and 15th amendments, library of congress the 14th and 15th amendments.
By 1869 elizabeth cady stanton, susan b anthony and others formed the national woman suffrage association and focused their efforts on a federal woman’s suffrage amendment lucy stone and julia ward howe led others to form the american woman suffrage association, which chose to focus on state suffrage amendments. Self-effacing until the end of her life, stone did not relish the limelight the way elizabeth cady stanton did, nor did she gain the many followers whom susan b anthony attracted through her extensive travels and years of dedicated work. During reconstruction, those like elizabeth cady stanton and lucy stone who supported a woman's right to vote: found themselves divided over whether or not to support the fifteenth amendment by 1890, the majority of americans. Which two women were associated with the national woman’s suffrage association ida b wells & lucy stone susan b anthony & elizabeth cady stanton alice paul & elizabeth cady stanton alice paul & ida b wells.
Born in massachusetts in 1818, lucy stone dedicated her life to improving the rights of american women she supported the women's national loyal league, which was founded by elizabeth cady stanton. The writer is the great-great-granddaughter of elizabeth cady stanton in 1890, shortly before lucy stone’s death, the two wings reconciled and the resulting alliance, unfortunately, left.
The elizabeth cady stanton and susan b anthony papers project was an academic undertaking to collect and document all available materials written by elizabeth cady stanton and susan b anthony, which began in 1982 the project has since been ended. Elizabeth cady stanton was an american suffragist, social activist, abolitionist, feminist, writer, editor, and leading figure of the early women’s rights movement she helped organize the world’s first women’s rights convention in 1848, and formed the national women’s loyal league with susan b anthony in 1863. The elizabeth cady stanton and susan b anthony statue fund inc advocates placing a statue of the two women’s rights pioneers in new york city’s central park where there are 23 statues honoring men and none honoring real women the statue will celebrate the largest nonviolent revolution in our nation’s history — the movement for women’s right to vote.
Today we are featuring a few other early women involved in similar issues: lucretia mott, harriet beecher stowe, elizabeth cady stanton, and lucy stone lucretia mott her speaking abilities made her an important figure in these movements.