Declaration of Sentiments Timelines: The Catto Years

The Declaration of Sentiments, calling for equal rights for women and men, is signed by 100 men and women in Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Seneca Falls, New York at the first Women’s Rights Convention led by Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. During this time, Mott was also actively involved in the work of the Female Anti-Slavery Society and the Vigilant Committee with Harriett Purvis.