A small group led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton decided to set up an official meeting to discuss Women's rights after discovering that they all felt discontent with the way the law worked towards women.
Women meet to discuss the rights that they will fight for once again led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton. The meeting was based off of "The Declaration of Sentiments" which listed the priorities of this new arising group.
Following the Seneca Falls Meeting, Elizabeth Cady Stanton ,Susan B. Anthony, Lucy Stone, Sojourner Truth among others began traveling the Unites States advocating for woman suffrage and why they believed they deserved this rights.
Esther Morris led the first the first successful state campaign for woman suffrage in Wyoming.
Victoria Claflin Woodhull becomes the first female presidential candidate in the United States, nominated by the National Radical Reformers.
Susan B. Anthony and a group of women in Rochester, N.Y., cast votes in the presidential election trying to see if the 14th amended protected them and allowed them to vote.
Four days after a warrant went out on November 14 for the arrest of Susan B. Anthony for a violation of Section 19 the Enforcement Act of 1870, Susan B. Anthony was arrested.
In Bradwell v. Illinois, The U.S. Supreme Court rules that a state has the right to exclude a married woman from practicing law.
Minor v Happerset The U.S. Supreme Court declares that despite the privileges a state can prohibit a woman from voting. The court declares women as “persons,” but holds that they constitute a “special category of nonvoting citizens.”
Wyoming becomes the first state to grant women the right to vote in all elections.
The Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is ratified. It declares: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.”