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Transcript of Women's Suffrage
Foreshadowing the Movement
During the Movement
Outcome of the Women's Suffrage
Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton started the National Women's Association Movement in 1869
Association fought for women's right to vote during the 19th century
Theodore Roosevelt was known as the 'Champion for Suffrage' supported women's equal rights
1871-1872, 150 women attempted to vote in 10 states including Washington D.C., later they were arrested for voters fraud
1875 Supreme Court grants women citizenship in the U.S. but it was not a guarantee the right to vote
Smith and Wellesley college opened in 1875
Women fought the 14th and 15th amendment for colored women which helped get support for their own movement
1890, most mainstream and nationally visible pro-suffrage group
1880, 25% of women work outside of the homes
1880, women made half the wages made by a male counterpart
The suffrage movement created higher expectations for women.
There wouldn't have been Smith and Wellesley
Written by: Sam & Krys
Thursday, October 16, 2014
What Life Would be like without the Women's Suffrage
The Women's Suffrage was a time when women struggled for the same rights as men.
They thought they needed to be treated the same as well as the same responsibilities.
The leaders of this movement was Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
Theodore Roosevelt was the number one supporter of the movement, known as the champion of the suffrage
1851 Cady and Anthony met for the first time
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Until 1860, Woman had little education, no job, and were to stay at home with their families.
Before woman had any rights at all, they played a viral role in temperance clubs, religious movements, moral-reform societies, and anti-slavery organization
It allowed them to achieve a greater role in the society.
The Women's Suffrage Movement opened many doors for the women of American.
In 1865,Vassar College was the first female college in U.S.
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Women wouldn't have been official citizens of the U.S.
The 19th amendment would not have been ratified
Women would not have the right to vote in America
The percent of women working in the home would be a larger percent than in the workplace
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Outcome of the Women's Suffrage
The National American Women's Suffrage Association was founded (NAWSA).
19th Amendment guarantees all women the right to vote
Success took women decades of restless protests to accomplish their rights
1918, President Wilson transformed his position to a suporter of the amendment
House of Representative and Senate passed the amendment on May 21, 1919
1920, few supporters lived to see the amendment actually come true
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