womens suffage movement

  • Seneca Falls Convection

    After that in 1848 the women split over the fourtheenth and fifteenth amendments which granted equal rights including the right to vote to african american men, Susan B. Anthony a leading proponent of women suffrage, the right to vote. Theofore Rossevelt supported along with his own plans for reforming business, labor and the environment.
  • Illegal Voting

    if women tried to vote before it was passed it would be illegal voting you could be jaled for that. And maybe fined which costed alot of money and back then there wasnt good jobs to help you
  • Carry nation & the WCTU

    Memebers of the WCTU advanced their cause by entering saloons, singing, playing, ajd urging saloonkeepers to stop seeling alcohol. By 1911 this was the largest womens group in the nations history. Carry Nation worked for prohibition by walking into saloons, scolding the customers and using her hatchet to destory bootles of liqior.
  • NAWSA Formed

    the NWSA BECAME the National American Women Suffrage Association . Other prominent leaders included Lucy Stone, and Julia Ward Howe. Theodor Rossevelt supported this along with his own plans reforming business, labor, and the eniornment.
  • Carrie Champan Catt & New NAWSA Tactics

    Susan B. Anthony's successor as president of NAWSA was Carry Champan Catt, who served from 1900 to 1904 and resumed the presidency in 1915. Lucy Burns & Alice Paul formed their own more radical organization, the Congressional Union, and its successor the National Women's Party.
  • 19th Amendment

    the 29th Admendment granting women the right to vote. The admendment won final ratification in August 1920-72 years after women had first covened and demanded the vote at the Seneca Falls convention in 1848.