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BUSH 21.2

Women and Progresives

TermDefinition
suffrage the right to vote
suffragists men and women who fought for women's right to vote
19th Amendment CHANGE TO THE CONSTITUTION that gave women the right to vote
temperance choosing to either reduce the use of alcohol or choosing to not use it at all
prohibition passing laws making it illegal to make or sell alcohol
18th Amendment CHANGE TO THE CONSTITUTION making it illegal to make, transport, or sell alcohol in the United States
Jane Addams founder of Hull House, a settlement house in Chicago that helped the poor in Chicago
Susan B. Anthony founder of the National Women's Suffrage Association
Carrie Chapman Catt leader credited with the passing of the 19th Amendment
Mary Church Terrell first president of the National Association of Colored Women
Created by: mmatulevicz