Womans Suffrage

  • Wyoming

    Wyoming was the first state to give the Women right to vote.Ulysees S Grant. became the first youngest President.First pro Baseball Team called the Cincinnati Red Stockings.
  • Seneca Falls

    Seneca Falls
    First suffarage for women.Women split over the issue of voting around the 14th Amendment and 15th Amendment.
  • The Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court
    The supreme Court ruled the district of Columbia, the supreme court ruled in 1875 that women were indeed citizens- but then denied that citizenship automatically conferred the right to vote.
  • 1890

    Utah Colorado,Idaho were the states that were given the right to vote but then after on those three states failed to enter.
  • Stragtegy for Suffrage/ women right to vote

    Stragtegy for Suffrage/ women right to vote
    Granted voting rights to women in Utah, Colorado and Idaho. After 1896, efforts in other states failed. Women pursued court cases to test the Fourteenth Amendment, which declared thst sates denying their male citizens the right to vote would loose congressional representation.
  • Catt and the National Movement

    Catt and the National Movement
    Susan B. anothony successor as president of NAWSA was Carrie Chapman Catt, who served from 1900 to 1904 amd resumed the presidency in 1915. Catt returned to the NAWSA after organizing New York's Women Suffrage Party.
  • Catt Presidency

    Catt Presidency
    Catt became the president and served in 1900 to 1904, and she oranized the New York Woemn Suffrage Party.
  • National Women Suffrage

    National Women Suffrage
    Pressured the federal government to pass suffrage amedment and by 1917 Paul had prganized her followers to mount a round- the- clock picket line around the White House.
  • Nineteenth Amendment

    Nineteenth Amendment
    Congress passed the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote.The Amendment won final ratification in August 1920- 72 years after women had first convened and demanded the vote at the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848.