Green 1Austen GreenCathy L BriggsUnited States History II3 April 2018Anthony/Stanton OutlinePart I: Five factors:Environment and timesDuring most the elections black men voters were unable to vote due to the numberof requirements set by states to prevent black people from voting. The remembrance of the room Anthony was taken to by the U.S Marshall, towhich she recognized as being the dingy room where fugitive slaves wereexamined and returned to their masters.The 19th-century proliferation of women's organizations that bring women intopublic activism as well as political engagements.Family, friends, teachersElizabeth Stanton letter to her daughter Harriot, saying, "You would laugh to seehow everywhere the girls flock around me for a kiss, a curl, an autograph." Stanton return to Tenafly New Jersey, to which she with Anthony and an oldfriend, Matilda Joslyn Gage began work on writing a history of the women'ssuffrage. Due to the death of Stanton’s husband and her constant traveling, she had decidedto move in with her sister Mary into her old family house.What they read and heardDuring the time in which Anthony and Stanton were crossing the Mississippi atMcGregor, Iowa, they started a conversation with a couple of men on the boatwho were shouting "Speech on woman's suffrage."An appearance Anthony had made on stage in Washington wearing a new whiteone, veteran reporters sent notes saying, "No Red Shawl, No Report."
Green 2Letters between Stanton and Anthony addressing their final stages of rest, wherethey will be for the rest of their life. Stanton is writing to Anthony asking her to