Women Suffrage

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Women Suffrage

Women Suffrage

The suffrage movement was slowly gaining support with more women graduating from high school, going to college, and working outside of home.

According to the map, there were 11 states that women were allowed to vote in.

The 19th Amendment was passed by congress on June 4,1919 and ratified on August 18, 1920 . It guarantees all women the right to vote.

National Association Opposed to Women Suffrage (NAOWS) was an organization created in New York City in 1911. It was led by Josephine Dodge, the founder and first president, the NAOWS believed that woman suffrage would decrease women’s work in communities and their ability to effect societal reforms.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton started working with Susan B. Anthony, a well known Abolitionist. Together they edited and published a woman's newspaper, the Revolution, from 1868 to 1870

It Took 72 Years for women to win the right to vote. From the first women's rights convention in 1848 to 1920.


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