Download 19Th Amendment Alice Paul PNG. In the 1890s, suffrage organizations focused. Suffragist alice paul advocated for the 19th amendment, granting women the right to vote, and authored the equal rights amendment in 1923, which while in england, paul met american lucy burns, and joining the women's suffrage efforts there, they learned militant protest tactics, including.
Learn how suffragists fought for the 19th amendment. By the late 19th century, new states and territories, particularly in the west, began to grant women the right to vote. She contracted gastritis, which would continue to affect her health for the rest of her life.
Alice stokes paul was born january 11th, 1885 in mount laurel, new jersey.
The picture shown below was also taken before the amendment passed. She also found the national women's party (nwp). Alice paul was an early 20th century women's rights activist who played a key role in the women's suffrage movement that led to the passage of the 19th amendment to the u.s. In fact, new jersey led the way almost 150 years earlier her mother, tacie parry paul, took alice—the firstborn of her four children—to women's suffrage meetings.