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Right to Vote: Women’s Equality

The Timeline gives the major milestones during the 72 year long fight women had to acquire the right to vote.
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With Election Day fast approaching, it is important to look at the history of woman suffrage. Did you know that American woman could run for office in 1788, but did not gain the right to vote until 1920? Do you recognize names like Susan B. Anthony, or Sara Bard Field? Do you know the amendment that guarantees women’s right to vote? To learn more about the road to the nineteenth amendment, visit this site for an interactive timeline. The Timeline gives the major milestones during the 72 year long fight women had to acquire the right to vote.

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