RIGHTS DECLARATIONS AND CONVENTION RESOLUTIONS:
RESOLUTIONS, WOMAN'S RIGHTS CONVENTION DUBLIN, INDIANA, OCTOBER 1851
RESOLVED, That all laws and customs having for their perpetuation the only plea that they are time-honored, which in any way infringe on woman's equal rights, cramp her energies, cripple her efforts, or place her before the eyes of her family or the world as an inferior, are wrong, and should be immediately abolished.
RESOLVED, That the avenues to gain, in all their varieties, should be as freely opened to woman as they now are to man.
RESOLVED, That the rising generation of boys and girls should be educated together in the same schools and colleges, and receive the same kind and degree of education.
RESOLVED, That woman should receive for equal labor, equal pay with man.
That as the qualification for citizenship in this country is based on
capacity and morality, and as the sexes in their mental condition are
equal, therefore woman should enjoy the same rights of citizenship with