Life, liberty, freedom, and equality are just a few of the simple concepts everyday Americans are obligated and entitled to, in fact the first general concept of these ideas were not implicated into the American Society until 1776 after the signing of the Declaration of Independence with the new found rules and regulations for American citizens to live by. American leaders were biased and hypocritical due to the fact that they did not follow their own declaration of independence where gender, sex, or cultures were not mentioned in the document, and one would assume that minorities were included. However, before and after this important document in American history, women have had the downfall in equality and their role in society. In a timeline from 1650 to 1950, we will discuss the role of women in society, forces that kept women from achieving political equality and the historical female figures who pushed women for expansion.
In the 1600’s, unless woman were born into world team, females had a less fortunate chance in society for many things such as voting, working and their opinions on political etc. Most females of the Caucasian descent halted their learning at the basic level Anamosa word discouraged to achieve education. Instead they were taught the basics necessities in mothering and being a house wife with their status being an everyday housewife, mother and a husband’s servant, it was extremely difficult for female’s voices to be heard in political and legal issues. In fact women voice was not heard at all and became a force that kept women from political equality in the 1600s towards early 1700s. As similar to political equal reality, women had no influence and governmental policies as well. Essentially, women had no say in anything that man felt woman should not have a say or be involved in. The man or male character acted as a dictatorship over females and their word meant gold. Emails were instructed to follow the orders of their men as well as fulfill every typical need of the man.
Women’s in the 1700s flourished during a time of the colonial. Women's role and work load was extremely difficult, exhausting, and society was unappreciative towards them because that was a typical job for women’s .For poor families in colonial times, or most jobs were full time home making consisting of cooking meals, making clothes, the family doctor, the maid, the veterinarian, and the manager. High class and world see house hold woman open shared similar qualities as poor colonial families but they often had servants to help with work that can be such as making clothes, cleaning the house or making food at times. Marriage was pressed at it early age of 13 or 14, and it was publicly and socially humiliating to not be married by the age of 25 as today 25 is the social norm.
The revolutionary war brought woman into many new causes. Although if you scattered woman organization had appeared in the late 1600s, it was not until the mid 1700’s that these...