Women's Rights Movemnet

Emily Pugh
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Emily Pugh
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Women's Suffrage Movement

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Women's Rights Movemnet
1 Cult of Domesticity
1.1 Piety
1.1.1 Religious
1.2 Purity
1.2.1 Virignity (Gift) Womens job to keep her man happy
1.3 Domesticity
1.3.1 Home Job of women to comfort men in all aspects.
1.4 Submissiveness
1.4.1 Women are to submit
1.4.2 Clothing tight/ corset
2 Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Stanton
2.1 1850: Stanton and Anthony meet.
2.1.1 1869: Anthony and Stanton create the National Women Suffrage Association. 1880: AWSA and NWSA lose momentum. Late 1880s early 1890s: Experienced a surge of volunteering in among middle class women. 1890: AWSA and NWSA form National American Suffrage Association. 1893: Colorado allowed to vote. 1896: Utah and Idaho allowed to vote. Elizabeth Cady Stanton died October 26, 1902. Susan B. Anthony died March 13, 1906
3 Alice Paul
3.1 London 1906-1909 joined women's suffrage and got arrested many times.
3.1.1 In 1910 when she returned to the U.S. she joined the movement there to. Earned Ph.D. from University of PA in 1912 At first was member of National Women's Suffrage Association She then left to create the Congressional Union for Woman's Suffrage Women then won the right to vote in 1920.
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