The states of New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New Jersey which had previously allowed women to vote rescind those rights. After 1807, no state allows women to vote.
First Women Right Convention
In 1848 the first Women's Rights Convention is held in Seneca Falls, NY. It demands that women be granted all rights as full citizens including the right to vote. Saying that women should have the right to vote just like everybody else.
On December 7th 1965, Dr. Martin Luther King planned a march from Selma across the Edmund Pettus Bridge. Soldiers where waiting for them at the end of the bridge. On that day, It was called "Bloody Sunday"