Celebrate 100 Years of Women's Right to Vote!
National map of locations associated with the fight for woman suffrage.
Calendar of US events, searchable by region.
Documents women's participation in politics prior to the 19th amendment.
Photographs from the records of the National Woman's Party.
A map of statues in the US that honor female historical figures.
Seeks to build a women's history museum on the National Mall in Washington, DC.
Historical information about women's diverse and historic accomplishments.
Seeks to build a memorial at Occoquan Regional Park in Fairfax, VA at the site where suffragists were imprisoned 100 years ago.
Share your event with a national audience! Post it on the Women' Vote Centennial Initiative (WVCI) national calendar. Share your 2019-2020 Ohio suffrage centennial year plans using the form on the WVCI website, and your event will be added to the central calendar and the designated regional centennial calendar.Add your event now!
June 4, 1919 Congress passed the 19th amendment.
June 16, 1919 Ohio became the 6th state to ratify the 19th amendment.
August 18, 1920 Tennessee became the 36th state to ratify the 19th amendment, meeting the 3/4 threshold necessary for adoption.
August 26, 1920 The 19th amendment was adopted into law by the US Secretary of State.
March 22, 1984 Mississippi becomes the 48th (and final) state to ratify the 19th amendment, having first rejected the amendment on March 29, 1920.