-Washington State Adopts Women's Suffrage.
-The Women's Political Union Organizes The First Suffrage Parade in New York City.
-The National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage (NAOWS) is organized.
-Women's suffrage is supported for the first time at a national level by a major political party, Theodore Roosevelt's Bull Moose Party.
-Twenty Thousand suffrage supporters join a New York City suffrage parade.
-Suffragist organized a parade down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC. The parade was the first major suffrage movement organized by NAOWS.
-Two women organized the National Woman's Party.
-Suffrage Campaign formally endorsed.
-Forty thousand march in a NYC suffrage parade.
-Jeannette Rankin of Montana is the first woman elected to the House of Representatives.
-Alice Paul, leader of the National Women’s party, is put in solitary confinement in the mental ward.
-Woodrow Wilson states his support for a women’s suffrage amendment.
-The Senate finally passes 19th amendment & the ratification process begins.