Women's Reform Project

Women's Reform Project
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  • 1848
  • 1869
  • Elizabeth Cady Santon
  • Let's achieve voting rights for women by forming a club! 
  • Susan B Anthony
  • 1872
  • You're under arrest!
  • VOTE HERE!
  • After 2 days discussing, the Declaration of Sentiments was signed. It summarizes what the women's rights movement is planning on trying to change, which is equal voting rights between men and women.
  • 1900 
  • The property's still mine after my husband's death? wow!
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B Anthony form the National Women Suffrage Association. Their main goal was to get women's right to vote in an amendment on the Constitution.
  • 1916
  • I can't believe I'm making history!
  • On November 5, 1972, Susan B Anthony and 15 other women voted in a election, testing the broadness of the 14th amendment. All 16 women were arrested for "unlawful" voting (but only Susan was put on trial).
  • 1920
  • Mean Cop Dude
  • It's official! The 19th amendment is now in place. Voting will not be based off gender ever again.
  • Susan B Anthony
  • By now, every state (all 45) passed legislation that has granted married women to keep their property and their wages after their husband's death. 
  • The first ever women to hold a federal office was Jeannette Rankin. She was elected to be in the House of Representatives on June 11, 1916
  • The 19th amendment to the constitution is ratified. Giving women the right to vote. 
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