Elizabeth Cady Stanton House

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Carol Cady
... Carol Therese Cady (born June 6, 1962 in Los Alamos, New Mexico) is a retired female shot putter and discus thrower from the United States ... During the 1980s Cady was one of the first women to compete in hammer throw ... Cady was on the track team while a student at Stanford University ...
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... Cady, Wisconsin Cady, County Tyrone, a townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland Cady (river) in French Catalonia ...
Root & Cady
... Root Cady was a Chicago-based music publishing firm, founded in 1858 ... Root and Chauncey Marvin Cady ... Root Cady dominated Chicago's music publishing industry until the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, which destroyed $125,000 of the firm's inventory, leading to its bankruptcy within a year ...
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... Daniel Cady (1773–1859), New York Assemblyman 1808-1813, Supervisor of Johnstown, New York 1809-1810 District Attorney in New York 1813 U.S ... Cady ... Cady (1790–1854), Clerk of Johnstown, New York 1814 1816-1817 Supervisor of Montgomery County, New York 1818-1822 1826-1829 New York Assemblyman 1822 U.S ...
Charlie Cady
... Cady (December 1865 – June 7, 1909) was a Major League Baseball pitcher/outfielder in the 19th century ... In 11 total games, Cady was just 2-for-34 at the plate, a batting average of.059 ...

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    Nothing strengthens the judgment and quickens the conscience like individual responsibility. Nothing adds such dignity to character as the recognition of one’s self-sovereignty; the right to an equal place, everywhere conceded—a place earned by personal merit, not an artificial attainment by inheritance, wealth, family and position.
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902)

    Men have their own questions, and they differ from those of mothers. New mothers are more interested in nutrition and vulnerability to illness while fathers tend to ask about when they can take their babies out of the house or how much sleep babies really need.
    Kyle D. Pruett (20th century)

    The girl must early be impressed with the idea that she is to be “a hand, not a mouth”; a worker, and not a drone, in the great hive of human activity. Like the boy, she must be taught to look forward to a life of self-dependence, and early prepare herself for some trade or profession.
    —Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902)

    Then hail! thou noble conquerer!
    That, when tyranny oppressed,
    Hewed for our fathers from the wild
    A land wherein to rest.
    —Mary Elizabeth Hewitt (b. 1818)

    I thought that the chief thing to be done in order to equal boys was to be learned and courageous. So I decided to study Greek and learn to manage a horse.
    —Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902)