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  1. Women’s Suffragist Movement 1840-1890

  2. Important Leaders • Susan B. Anthony • Elizabeth Cady Stanton • Paulina Wright Davis • Clara Barton • Dorothea Dix • Sally Tompkins • Amelia Jenks Bloomer

  3. Susan B. Anthony • She was a founder or cofounder of: • Daughters of Temperance • Women’s Loyal League- 1863 • National Woman Suffrage Association- 1869 • Arrested for trying to vote in Rochester, NY- 1872

  4. Elizabeth Cady Stanton • Organized Seneca Falls Convention in NY 1848 • President of National Woman Suffrage Association and then National American Women Suffrage Association • Wrote Eighty Years and More and The Woman’s Bible

  5. Paulina Wright Davis • Opened up medical field to women • Founded Una the first women’s right paper- 1853 • Wrote A History of the National Women's Rights Movement published in 1871

  6. Clara Barton, Dorothea Dix & Sally Tompkins • Nurses during the Civil War • Made nursing a respected job for women even after the war • Sally Tompkins- given the rank of captain in the Confederate Army for her work

  7. Amelia Jenks Bloomer • She launched a new fashion (bloomers) which were designed by Elizabeth Smith Miller • She founded and edited the Lily which was an influential women’s magazine • Wrote about Iowa’s suffrage in History of Woman Suffrage (1881-1886)

  8. Seneca Falls Convention- 1848 • First Women’s Suffragist Convention • Created Declaration of Sentiments • Speaker- Lucretia Mott • Lead to National Women’s Rights Convention in 1851 in Worchester, Massachusetts

  9. Some Important Events • 1844- Lowell Female Labor Reform Association (LFLRA) first labor union for women • 1852- Harriet Beecher Stowe publishes Uncle Tom's Cabin • 1859- rubber was successfully produced, now condoms were available for women and they no longer had to be burdened by motherhood • 1874- The Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) is founded by Annie Wittenmyer

  10. Civil War • Women got initiated into the workforce • 500 government jobs for women • Became nurses, impersonated soldiers, even spy missions • Was beneficial to women’s self esteem and let them improve their organizational skills

  11. 13th, 14th, 15th Amendment • Women had fought to end slavery in hopes that it would lead to them getting the vote. • 15th amendment didn’t include women getting to vote many were outraged

  12. Women’s Gains • More membership in Women’s Clubs • The right to vote in many states, Wyoming allowed indiscriminate vote in 1869 • More independent, such as the “Gibson Girls”

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