The Seneca Falls Convention

In Seneca Falls New York the first woman's rights convention was held in the United States
200 women attended the convention.
In 1848 two women sent out for a women's conference in Seneca Falls
On the second day of the convention men were invited to attend and and 40 came
The 19th amendment was adopted in 1920, letting American women the right to vote
And that was just a summary of what the Seneca Falls Convention consisted of.

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