The Seneca Falls convention is commonly labeled as the start to Women's Suffrage in the US. It was held in Seneca falls by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott. The result of it was the Women's Suffrage movement and the Declaration of Sentiments.
Suffrage Newspaper Started
Anthony and Stanton started a paper for equal rights called the Revolution. It rallied for equal pay, voting rights for women, divorce laws that didn't hurt women, and women's education.
First State to Give Equal Voting Rights
Wyoming becomes the first state to give equal voting right to both men and women. More states followed, though perhaps not to the same degree.
Two Groups Merged into One
The two splintered suffrage groups merged into one singular group, the National American Woman Suffrage Association
19th Amendment Ratified
August 18, 1920
The 19th amendment gave the right to vote regardless of gender. When it was ratified it ended almost 100 years of protests and rallying for voting rights
April 12, 1861 - May 9, 1865
The Civil War set back the suffrage movement by a bit. The resulting amendment worried women that getting their voting rights would be more of a challenge because it specified men could now vote regardless of race
World War One
July 28, 1914 - November 11, 1918
World War One helped towards ratifying the 19th amendment. A lot of women were nurses that helped in the war, and their bravery was used as another justification for their voting rights.