Women picket outside the White House in support the 19th Amendment
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Abolition and the Suffrage Movement

Portraits of three suffragettes
  • Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Sarah Parker Remond (left to right).

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Temperance and the Suffrage Movement

Carrie Nation stands in front of a destroyed bar with hatchet tucked under her arm.
  • Political cartoon of Carrie Nation, radical Temperance seeker. 

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The Seneca Falls Convention

The Suffrage Movement After the Civil War

Two women hold a banner with the words National Woman Suffrage Association
  • Katherine McCormick (l) and Mrs. Charlie Parker (r), in 1913.

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The Fin de Siècle

A woman dashes through a crowd. Caption reads "While in the act of voting, Mrs. Jones remembers that she has left a cake in the oven."
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The Movement Regains Ground in the 20th Century

Women march through Washington D.C.
  • The 1913 Woman Suffrage Procession.

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The Final Shift

Women picket outside the White House in 1917.
  • The National Woman's Party pickets outside the White House, 1917.

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The State of Suffrage After the 19th Amendment