Seneca Falls Convention Takes Place In 1848 in Seneca Falls, New York.

The National Women Suffrage Association Was Formed In 1869.

In 1872, Republicans Susan B Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton Write The Text of The 19th Amendment.


In 1906, a reporter writing in the Daily Mail coined the term suffragette to belittle the women advocating women’s suffrage.

Emily Davison (1872 – 1913) is fatally injured as she tries to stop the King’s horse ‘Amner’ at Epsom on Derby Day, to draw attention to the Women’s Suffragette movement, 4th June 1913. (Photo by Arthur Barrett/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

In 1913, Emily Davison is fatally injured at Epsom on Derby Day as she tries to draw attention to the Women’s Suffragette movement.

In 1920, the ratification of the 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote in the United States, changing the face of the American electorate forever.


Lorna Myrtle Hodgkinson Became The First Woman To Earn A Ph.D. From Harvard in 1922.

Harvard Medical School Admitted Women For The First Time in 1945.

The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Was Formed in 1943.


Some 350,000 Women Served in The U.S. Armed Forces in World War II, Both At Home And Abroad.

In The 1950’s, Women Played A Larger Role In The Corporate World, Balancing Both Family And Work Life.

In 1955, Claudette Colvin Was Arrested At The Age Of 15 For Standing Up For Her Civil Rights.

60’s – 2000’s

In 1975, Margaret Thatcher Became The First Woman To Lead A Major Political Party In The United Kingdom.

Kay Granger Becomes The First Republican Women To Represent The State Of Texas In The U.S. House In 1997.

U.S. Rep. Susan Molinari Co-Authors The Republicans’ Contract With America.


In 2019, Republican Kristi Noem Becomes The 33rd Governor of South Dakota And The First female Governor of The Mount Rushmore State.

Christie Hutcherson Establishes Women Fighting For America in 2020.

In 2021, Women Fighting For America Recruit Over 1200+ Women From Across The Nation.