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Women's Rights 1848-1921

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Isabella George

on 4 December 2013

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Transcript of Women's Rights 1848-1921

Women's Rights 1848-1921
Susan B. Anthony
Discussion Question
National Women's Suffrage Association

Historical Figures
Court Cases
The National Women's Trade Union League was founded
She was the most powerful women's rights organizer of the 19th century. Also fought for African American Rights
Antoinette Brown Blackwell
She was a women's rights activist and social reformer and was the first American woman to be ordained as minister by a congregation.

Supreme Court case which questioned if women's suffrage rights were covered in the Fourteenth Amendment.
Minor v. Happersett
National Association Opposed to Women Suffrage (NAOWS) organized

19th Amendment signed into law

NWSA and AWSA Merge to form the National American Women Suffrage Association

Muller v. Oregon
1908 Supreme Court case which upheld the Oregon state law to limiting women to work no more than ten hours a day.
May 1869
What ideas and social stereotypes have effected women's rights?
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