Women Sufferage

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    Women Sufferage

  • Seneca Falls

    Seneca Falls
    Elizabeth Cady Staton and three other women were invited to a meeting at Seneca Falls to decide on what to do about Womens' Rights.
  • Worchester, Massachusetts

    Worchester, Massachusetts
    The second convention for Womens' Rights was held.
  • The Revolution

    The Revolution
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, and Parker Pillsbury publish the first edition of The Revolution, which becomes one of the most important radical periodicals of the women's movement, although it circulates for less than three years. Its motto: "Men, their rights and nothing more; women, their rights and nothing less!"
  • Anthony arrested

    Anthony arrested
    For casting a ballot with 15 other women, Susan B. Anthony is arrested in New York.
  • School Vote

    School Vote
    Michigan and Minnesota give women the "school vote."
  • Lucretia Mott Dies

    Lucretia Mott Dies
    Lucretia Mott Dies in 1880
  • NAWSA Established

    NAWSA Established
    In 1890 two seperatewoman suffrae groups merged to form the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA)
  • Susan B. Anthony

    Susan B. Anthony
    Two years after the NAWSA was founded, Susan B. Anthony became its second president.
  • Woman Suffrage Party

    Woman Suffrage Party
    On October 31, 1909; the Woman Suffrage Party was founded
  • Women Suffrage Parade

    Women Suffrage Parade
    The first Woman Suffrage Parade was held in New York City in 1910.
  • Kansas Adopts

    Kansas Adopts
    Kansas adopts the Constitutional Amendement
  • President Wilson

    President Wilson
    President Wilson is inagurated
  • Carrie Chapman Catt

    Carrie Chapman Catt
    Carrie Chapman Catt, president of NAWSA, argued that the nation could no longer deny the right to vote to women, who were supporting the war effort by selling war bonds and organizng benefits.
  • Ninetheenth Amendment Ratified

    Ninetheenth Amendment Ratified
    In 1918, the states ratified the Nineteenth Amendment, which gave women full voting rights.
  • Wilson's Argument

    Wilson's Argument
    President Wilson finally addresses the Senate personally, arguing for woman suffrage at the war's end.