Carrie Chapman Catt vs Alice Paul

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Women’s Rights Activists
Suffragist and Feminist
Net worth 2018
Women's Rights Activists
Industry
Women's Rights Activists
Ripon
Residence
Mount Laurel Township
United States
Country
United States
09/01/1859
BirthDay
11/01/1885
March 9, 1947
Died On
July 9, 1977
Iowa State University
Education
University of Pennsylvania, American University, Swarthmore College, Washington College of Law
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1947

Carrie Chapman Catt died on March 9, 1947 in New Rochelle, New York, U

1920

Constitution in 1920, granting women the right to vote

1915

In 1915, she became the head of the National American Woman Suffrage Association and put into effect a “Winning Plan” which resulted in the passing of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U

1905

From 1905 to 1915, Carrie re-organized the NAWSA along political-district lines and trained women to indulge in direct political action

1904

In 1904, she was forced to resign from her post due to her second husband's ill health but after his death in 1905, Carrie returned to social service and subsequently became involved with the ‘International Woman Suffrage Alliance’

1900

In 1900, she was elected the president of the ‘National American Woman Suffrage Association’ (NAWSA)

1890

In 1890, four years after the death of her first husband, Carrie married George W

1887

In 1887, she returned to Iowa and became involved in social activism, joining the Iowa Woman Suffrage Association

1886

The marriage ended with Leo’s untimely death in 1886

1885

In 1885, after her first marriage, Carrie started working with her husband on the Mason City Republican newspaper

1884

In 1884, Carrie married Leo Chapman, a newspaper editor, and subsequently joined him as a co-editor

1880

In 1880, Catt completed her graduation with a Bachelor of Science degree and subsequently worked as a teacher

1859

Carrie Clinton Lane was born on January 9, 1859, in Ripon, Wisconsin, U

2019

She played several sports like basketball, baseball and field hockey during her school days which was uncommon for a girl in the late 19th century

1984

The Alice Paul Institute, a not-for-profit organization, was founded in New Jersey in 1984 to honour her memory

1974

She led a very active life till the age of 89 in 1974 when she was disabled by a stroke

1923

In 1923 she demanded the introduction of Equal Rights Amendment in the Constitution, though it took several decades to pass the law

1922

Paul went back to college and earned her law degree in 1922 from the Washington College of Law at American University

1920

The majority of the state legislature in Tennessee voted in favour of the amendment and it was ratified on 18th August 1920

1917

In January 1917, she organized the ‘Silent Sentinels’, a group of women who supported the suffrage movement and protested in front of the White House during the presidency of Woodrow Wilson

1916

Presidential elections in 1916, the NWP protested against the refusal of the president to support the women’s suffrage movement

1910

in 1910, she was determined to emulate the model of the English suffrage movement in her own country

1907

She went to Birmingham, England, in 1907 to study social work

1905

She attended Swarthmore College and graduated with a degree in Biology in 1905