Nawsa

Some articles on nawsa:

Mary Dennett - Women's Suffrage
... At the time, the NAWSA was ineffective and riven by factional conflict, which many blamed on Dr ... successfully resolved much of the internal conflict in NAWSA within a few months, while supporting Dr ... Many prominent NAWSA members credited Dennett with reuniting the NAWSA membership and turning the organization around ...
Anna Howard Shaw - Role in The Women's Suffrage Movement - Joint Effort With Susan B. Anthony
... immediately encouraged her to join the National Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) ... Having agreed, Shaw played a key role at NAWSA ... the next eleven years, Shaw was the president of NAWSA ...
Anna Howard Shaw - Role in The Women's Suffrage Movement - Resignation From NAWSA
... During the early 20th century, Alice Paul and Lucy Burns, NAWSA members, began employing militant techniques (e.g ... As president of NAWSA, Shaw was pressured to support these tactics ... This problem within NAWSA brewed much aggression among NAWSA members toward Shaw ...
National American Woman Suffrage Association - Gaining The Vote - 1916-20
... In 1916 at the NAWSA annual convention, President Woodrow Wilson unveiled his plan to gain suffrage ... the involvement of the United States in World War I, many women's rights activists, led by the NAWSA, decided to table the measures that they had been promoting ... From 1920 to 1921, the NAWSA reformed into the League of Women Voters, with Maud Wood Park as president ...
Lucy Burns - Congressional Union
... and Paul felt it would be best if they added to NAWSA’s Congressional Committee and formed a group still associated with NAWSA, but one with its own governing body ... In April 1913, NAWSA decided they wanted to distance themselves from the more radical group and no longer allowed their name to be used in the title, so ... the Congressional Union to be associated with NAWSA, so they applied for it to be considered a NAWSA auxiliary ...