Women's Suffrage Movement By: Anyeli Solis 2/5/18 P10
Let's make them hear us ladies! We are women and deserve to vote and be treated just like men! Let's fight to get what we women work so hard for.. our freedom and rights!
Seneca Falls, New York 1848
In 1869 these two women Susan B Anthony and Elizabeth created the National Women's Association. These two women made such a difference in the difference in the life of all women. If it wasn't for their bravery and devotion who knows what life would have been like for women today.
Harriet tubman had many supported which helped the underground railroad be such a success. Harriet and Elizabeth were no the only women who were famous for being involved the women's right movement but, they were the most popular.
Welcome women to my house, come on in.
Thank you so much!
After about 51 years of fighting for their rights,their hopes and dreams, women's suffrage was achieved in 1920 with the 19th amendment.