Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, and Declaration of Sentiments.


This map was created to connect the grievances from the Declaration of Independence to the Bill of Rights. Aftering editing, this map was made to compare and contract the Declaration of Sentiments. It was made by Bree Nunn on February 20, 2020. Edited on March 24, 2020.
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Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, and Declaration of Sentiments.
  1. Declaration of Independence was wrote on July 4, 1776.
    1. Thomas Jefferson was the writer of the Declaration of Independence.
      1. Contained twenty-seven grievances.
        1. Written to declare freedom from British.
    2. Bill of Rights was finalized on December 15, 1791.
      1. James Madison proposed those rights.
        1. Originally ten amendments
          1. Established so the citizens do not get overpowered by the government.
      2. They both were established to gain power back from those in control.
        1. Both believed that the government was made to protect the people.
          1. Both were fed up about how them and their people were getting treated.
        2. Declarations of Sentiment
          1. The convention took place on July 19, 20, 1848.
            1. First day was dedicated to women only.
              1. Expressed women and men were created equal.
                1. Women could not..
                  1. Exercise her inalienable right to the elective franchise.
                    1. Submit to laws due to her having no voice.
                      1. Have her own property or wages.
                        1. Have any representation in the halls of legislation.
                          1. Both documents included pursuit of happiness and the importance of one´s equality.
                            1. The women plsyed on employing agents, circulate tracts and planned on petition the state and national legislatures.
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