Women's Rights Movement

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Women's Rights Movement
  1. 1848- The first gathering for women rights was held
    1. 1869- Wyoming was the first state to grant women with complete voting rights
      1. 1893- Next was colorado
        1. 1896- Utah and Idaho
          1. 1910- Only these four states allowed women to have the right to vote
      2. 1913- State legislature granted women the right to vote
        1. Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
          1. 1850- Stanton met Susan B. Anthony and forged a lifetime alliance as women rights activist
            1. They agitated against the denial of basic economic freedoms to women
              1. They lobbied congress to include women in the provisions of the 14th and 15th amendment
              2. 1890- Seeking to capitalize on their newfound "Constitutuency" they united to form NSWA and AWSA
                1. 1910- 1914 The NAWSA intented its lobbying efforts and additional states extended the franchise to women
              3. Carrie Catt
                1. 1915- She secured the organizations top leader ship post
                  1. she was a former president of the NAWSA
                2. Alice Paul
                  1. 1913- She formed a rivay congressional union ( Which was later known as the National Women's Party)
                  2. 1913- State legislature granted women the right to vote
                    1. 1917- President Wilson urged congress to pass a voting rights amendment
                      1. 1918- House of Representives initially passed a voting rights amendment
                        1. 1919- The house again voting its approval by a margin the state concurring
                          1. 1920- The 19th amendment provided full voting rights for women
                            1. 1924- Emily N. Blair vice president of the democratic national committee observed " Women are welcomed to come in as a worker but not as a co workers of the world"
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