Women vs Women
"WE HOLD THESE TRUTHS TO BE SELF-EVIDENT... THAT ALL MEN AND WOMEN ARE CREATED EQUAL..." THE DECLARATION OF SENTIMENTS AND RESOLUTIONS, SENECA FALLS, NEW YORK,
Women have had problems since the beginning of time with rights and knowing what our status is in the lifetime. We have heard and seen brave women such as Harriet Tubman, Louisa May Alcott, Belle Boyd, and many others fight against the struggle. Women have had it difficult with not having equal rights as men, women had to struggle in the women's right campaign, and by the 1990's women have accomplished a lot.
For years women were inferior to men. They could not have say in anything. Women could not vote, hold property, or have legal rights to their own children. Women wanted things to change and women wanted to be heard. Unless a law would be passed that was not possible.
As a pioneer, the home was thought to be the proper place for women in society. They were expected to serve as wives, mothers, and housekeepers. Without an education or opportunities, most women couldn't escape the confinement of the home. Living as a pioneer woman brought domination qualities of individual characters. As a result women learned to become independent on themselves at an early age. When frontiers men and their sons' needed help the women would assist with the males tasks of planting and harvesting, tending to the livestock, hauling water, and even hunting. Women and men shared their tasks of working in the garden, the orchard, and taking care of the crops on the farm. Daily housework consumed most of a women's time and energy. The pioneer women had the most important part on the frontier, and that is why we believe that the strongest people were...