The Women Rights Movement

By: Canaan Tipton, James Goodman, Ella Walters, Tyler Starks

Women's Rights Movement(:


Who Were Noble individuals?

Susan B. Anthony- An American reformer and leader of the women suffrage movement. She wanted equal pay for both men and women.

Elizabeth C. Stanton- She was a leader of the women's suffrage movement. In 1851 she met Susan B. Anthony. They both agreed that women should have the same rights and pay as men.

L. W. Evans- president of the San Antonio federation of women's clubs. She cast her vote on women suffrage in 1924.

Rebecca Hayes- founded the Texas Equal Rights Association.

Annie Webb Blanton-First female president of Texas teachers Association; first women elected to state office.

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Pro's and Con's of Women Suffrage


1.Women were given more political rights.

2.Women could work in the same place as men.

3.Women could to college.

4.women were given more respect.

5.Women couldn't be beaten by there husbands anymore.


1. Women had bigger expectations for jobs.

2. Women had to pay more for school.

3. Women were paid less then men.

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What was the Effect on Society?

The women rights movement gave women the 19th amendment. This meant women could vote, go to college, and could get jobs men had.
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