1885 – She was born on the 11th day of January this year.
1901 – She graduated first in her class from the Moorestown Friends School.
1905 – She later attended Swarthmore College, the New York School of Philanthropy (social work), and the University of Pennsylvania (MA, sociology).
1907 – She moved to England where she attended the University of Birmingham and the London School of Economics.
1912 – She joined the National American Women’s Suffrage Association (NAWSA) and was appointed Chairman of their Congressional Committee in Washington, DC.
1916 – She and her colleagues formed the National Woman’s Party (NWP) in 1916 and began introducing some of the methods used by the suffrage movement in Britain.
1928 – She received an LLM followed by a Doctor of Civil Law degree both from American University’s Washington College of Law.
1916 – She and her colleagues formed the National Woman’s Party (NWP) and began introducing some of the methods used by the suffrage movement in Britain.
1920 – She led a successful campaign for women’s suffrage that resulted in granting the right to vote to women in the U.S. federal election.
1923 – She was the original author of a proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution.