Women's Movement

Amanda Arrington
Mind Map by Amanda Arrington, updated more than 1 year ago
Amanda Arrington
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Women's Movement
1 Cult of domesticity
1.1 Piety
1.1.1 Religion:: Importance placed on motherhood
1.2 Purity
1.2.1 Stay a virgin until Marriage and stay with husband.
1.3 Submissiveness
1.3.1 Submit to husband and men. Women are not smart but loving.
1.4 Domesticty
1.4.1 Take care of home, crafts, kids, and house.
2 Susan B. Anthony/Elizabeth Cady Stanton
2.1 1848 first gathering for women's rights in Seneca Falls, New York
2.2 Stanton drafted the "Declaration of Sentiments"
2.3 In 1850 a Massachussetts teacher met and forged a lifetime alliance as a women's rights activist.
2.4 For much of the 1850's they agitated against the denial of basic economic freedoms to women.
2.5 1869 two distinct factions of the suffrage movement emerged
2.5.1 Stanton and Anthony created National Woman Suffrage Association (NWSA), which directed its efforts toward changing federal law and opposed the 15th amendment.
2.5.2 Lucy Stone, and anti-slavery advocate and prominent lobbyist for women's rights, formed the American Women Suffrage Association (AWSA)
2.6 1880's-1890's the nation experienced a surge of volunteerism among middle-class women, members of women's clubs and professional societies, temperance advocates and participants in local civic and organization.
2.7 1890 Seeking to capitalize on their newfoudn "constituency", the two groups united to form the National American Women Suffrage Association (NAWSA)
2.8 In 1869 Wyoming was the first state to provide women with voting rights.
2.8.1 1893-Colorado
2.8.2 1896-Utah
2.8.3 1896-Iaho
2.8.4 1917-- Arkansas and New York granted partial and full voting rights
3 Alice Paul
3.1 August 18th, 1920 the 19th amendment was passed.
3.2 Formed the National Womens' Party in 1913 who freely adopted the more militant tactics of its English counterparts, picketing and conducting mass rallies and marches to raise public awareness and support.
3.3 In 1878 California Sneator introduced in Congress a women's suffrage amendment
3.4 1917 Alice Paul went on a hunger strike
3.5 1917 Alice Paul, Lucy Burns, etc started picketing outside the White House.
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