Women's Suffrage Quiz

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1. The first woman's rights convention in America was held in:

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2. In 1868, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton began publishing a newspaper. The slogan on the masthead said:

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3. The name of this newspaper published by Anthony and Stanton was:

5. In 1873, Susan B. Anthony went on trial, charged with:

6. Which state became the first state east of the Mississippi to give women the right to vote in presidential elections?

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7. Who was the first president of the organization formed when two major woman suffrage groups merged in 1890?

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8. This same woman resigned as president two years later, after publishing a book that was sharply critical of

9. The Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage is identified mostly with which woman suffrage activist?

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10. This Methodist minister served for more than 10 years as president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association:

11. Who was the first woman elected to the United States Senate?

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12. During this woman's leadership of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, the group worked for woman suffrage:

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13. Which was NOT part of the "Southern strategy" adopted by the NAWSA in the 1890s?

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14. The first national political party to adopt a woman suffrage plank was the:

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15. The Congressional Union held a suffrage parade on the day when this President arrived in town for his inauguration:

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16. In what year was the U.S. Constitution amended to grant the right to vote in all states without regard to sex?

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17. This state, the 36th and deciding state to ratify the woman suffrage amendment, did so by only one vote:

18. How many women at Seneca Falls in 1848 were alive & eligible to cast a vote after passage of the suffrage amendment?

19. Who was president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association when the Nineteenth Amendment passed?

Officers of the NAWSA visit the White House in 1917. War Department/Buyenlarge/Getty Images

20. Where did Alice Paul get experience in more militant women's suffrage activism, leading to her strategy?

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