Unit 04: Gender (Clark: Emily J. Therese, Chloe N.)

How, if at all, have we progressed? Focus on Women (Emily J. Therese, Chloe N)

Women

Declaration of Independence published

1776

Mott and Stanton walk around London

1840

Create idea of Women's convention

Lydia Marie Child writes book

1843

Says it was unfair for uneducated African American men, get the right to vote before educated white women.

First Women's Convention held in Seneca Falls, NY

July 19, 1848 - July 20, 1848

Declaration of Sentiments published

July 20 1848

Women's Suffrage organizations begun

1869

Wyoming gives voting right to women

1869

Utah gives voting right to women

1870

Susan B. Anthony gets arrested

1872

Gets arrested for going to NY voting polls to cast a vote: found guilty

Alice Paul joins National American Women Suffrage Association

1910

Alice Paul becomes the 20th century leader of the women's movement

Alice Paul starts National Women's Party

1916

Along with offer suffragists

President Wilson declares support for women's right to vote

1917

Charlotte Woodward sees voting right passed

1920

Charlotte Woodward was one of the 300 women in attendance at the Seneca Falls Convention. She was the only one who was able to see women gain the right to vote in 1920.

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Equal Rights Movement

1923 - Present

Alice Paul announces push for Equal Rights Ammendment

July 1923

75th anniversary of Seneca Falls Convention

Equal Rights Amendment goes to House floor for a vote

1971

Because protests were occurring at the Capitol by the National Organization for Women

Equal Right Amendment passes

1972

American Presidents

George Washington

1789 - 1797

John Adams

1797 - 1801

Thomas Jefferson

1801 - 1809

James Madison

1809 - 1817

James Monroe

1817 - 1825

J. Quincy Adams

1825 - 1829

Andrew Jackson

1829 - 1837

M. Van Buren

1837 - 1841

William Harrison

1841

John Tyler

April, 1841 - 1845

James Polk

1845 - 1849

Zachary Taylor

1849 - July, 1850

Millard Fillmore

1850 - 1853

Franklin Pierce

1853 - 1857

James Buchanan

1857 - 1861

Abraham Lincoln

1861 - 1865

Events

Erie Canal opens

1825

Provides bountiful economic opportunity for Seneca Falls