Address on Woman’s Rights


Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a prominent figure in the women’s rights movement in the United States throughout the mid-to-late 1800s. In 1848, at the Seneca Falls Convention in her home state of New York, she… read analysis of Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Queen Elizabeth I of England

Elizabeth I was Queen of England and Ireland from 1558 until her death in 1603. A daughter of Henry VIII, she was often referred to as the Virgin Queen due to her refusal to marry… read analysis of Queen Elizabeth I of England

Adam and Eve

According to the creation stories of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, Adam and Eve were the first man and woman to walk the earth. According to the myth, God created Adam, then from Adam’s rib created… read analysis of Adam and Eve

Isabella of Spain

Isabella I was Queen of Castile, Spain from 1474–1479 and Queen of Aragon, Spain from 1479 until her death in 1504. She and her husband Ferdinand II were known as the Catholic Monarchs. An efficient… read analysis of Isabella of Spain

Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc, canonized in 1920, is a French historical figure and Catholic saint. In her youth, Joan—or Jeanne, as she was called in French—received visions of angels and saints that encouraged her to support… read analysis of Joan of Arc
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Margaret of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden
Margaret was Queen of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden (which once included Finland) from 1387 until her death in 1412. Margaret earned a reputation as a wise, enthusiastic leader who wanted to unite the Scandinavian kingdoms—and she succeeded in doing so for over a century.
Hannah More
Hannah More was an English religious writer known for her poems and plays on moral and religious topics. More lived from 1745–1833, during which time she wrote anti-slavery works and founded a number of schools (along with her sister) in order to educate the poor.