Only white men and free black men in NJ, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut could vote.
US Constitutional Convention places voting qualifications in the hands of the states. Women in all states except New Jersey lose the right to vote.
Constitutional Amendments are written ext that document the changes and rights of the nation in the United States.
11th Amendment stated a law of immunity of the court and limitations.
Mississippi adopts a literacy test to keep African Americans from voting. Numerous other states,not just in the south also establish literacy tests.
Women's suffrage reached a national level in New Zealand and other countries.
Louisiana passed the Grandfather Clauses to prevent former slaves and their descendants from voting.
South Carolina a restrictive voter ID law; kept more than 180,000 African Americans from voting.