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womens suffrage

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NACW National Association of Colored Women. Managed Nursuries, Reading Rooms, and Kindergarten
NAWSA National American Women Suffrage Association. This group fought for the right to vote
NAACP National Association for the Advancement Colored People. Fought for equality among all races.
Suffrage The right to vote.
Susan B. Anthony Leading women of the suffrage movement. A founder of the NAWSA.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton A founder of the NAWSA. Pushed for a national constitutional amwendment to grant women the vote and succeeded in having the amendment introduced in california but it was lateron killed.
Carrie Chapman Catt 1.Organizations 2.Ties between local, states, and national workers 3.Wide base of support 4.Cautious lobbying 5.Lady-like Behavior
strategies used by women suffragists tried to convince state legislatures, pursued court cases to test the amendment that women were citizens too, And pushed for constitutional amendment to vote.
late 1800's where did women work stores, offices, classrooms.
Created by: historyp3