Emma Devoe and the Suffrage Movement

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Religious Freedom in USA

1789

Seneca Falls Convention- Suffrage Begins

1848

Emma Devoe Born

August 22 1848

Emma Devoe Saw a Speech By Susan Anthony, Inspiring Her to Become a Suffragette

1856

All Men Allowed to Vote

1870

Emma Married John Devoe

1880

Emma Devoe Campaigned for Suffrage in South Dakota

1890

Devoe Chosen to Run Her Own Suffrage Group in Idaho

1895

Idaho Women Given Right to Vote Thanks to Emma Devoe

1896

Emma Devoe Moved to Tacoma

1906

Seattle Suffrage Convention

1909

Women's Suffrage Legalized in Washington

November 8 1910

White and Black Women Get the Right to Vote

1920

Native Americans Given Citizenship

1924

Emma Devoe Dies

September 3 1927

Native Americans Allowed to Vote

1948

Poll Tax Removed

1964

Voting Rights Act

1965

Emma Devoe Elected to National Women's Hall of Fame

2000