History of Vote Rights

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US Constitution

1776

The Constitution is a document that let everybody to vote.

Abigail Adams writes to John Adams

1776

Abigail Adams writes to her husband John Adams and ask him to remember that ladies should have equal right to vote in the code of law.

US Constitution Adopted

1787

This states the rights to vote and show who can vote or not

14th Amendment

1867

The 14th amendment is required to recognize Black & White males as citizens and full citizenship in regards to voting.

The 15th Amendment

1870

The 15th Amendment will not be able fully realized for century. That African-American will poll taxes & literacy tests.

The Women Suffrage

1917

The Women protect in front of the white house.This is important that because it show how women protest every day to get there equal rights to vote.

19th Amendment

1919

The 19th amendment is a law that gave all women the right to vote.This is important so women can have equal rights with men.

Selma to Montgomery March

1965

It was know as the Bloody Sunday and lead by 2 march. They attempts the march 2 times. The 1st times they start out with 600 hundred people and the 2 times they came back with 2,500 protesters.