Woman's Suffrage

Table 1-Ashlynn Rios, Brian Doan, Riley Wood

Time Frame

The Women's Suffrage started in 1840 and ended in 1920.

Social Problem of the Movement

The Woman's Suffrage started when voting rights were implemented for citizens of the United States no matter their race or color, but Women's rights were never initialized within the amendment. This outraged women and they began to protest.

Leader of the Movement and their Background

The Women's Suffrage leaders were Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. They were close friends and colleagues, both having a similar drive- Women's rights. She was a teacher for fifteen years.

What Was Goal of the Movement

  • Right to vote
  • Right to serve in government
  • Right to own and control her own property
  • Right to a good education
  • Legal and civil rights as married women
  • Better jobs
  • To be treated equally

A Video Explaining Women's Suffrage

Women's Suffrage in the 20th Century

Picture's from Movement

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Quote & Analysis

"Men, their rights, and nothing more; Women, their rights, and nothing less."

-Susan B. Anthony


Student Analysis of Movement

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