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Carrie Chapman Catt (January 9, 1859 – March 9, 1947) was an American women's suffrage leader who campaigned for the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which gave U.S.

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It's & Heidi is channeling suffrage leader for the Post your…
Liz White, Alex Riley, and Kristyn Pellymonter speaking at the Carrie Chapman Catt celebration
Carr and Cheryl Erb open dedication with info on Floyd County voters, background on Carrie Chapman Catt's life
Nice crowd w/students for today's Carrie Lane Chapman Catt dedication/installation at Floyd Co Courthouse
"To the wrongs that need resistance. To the right that needs assistance. To the future in the distance. Give yourselves.". Car…
14th Feb 1920: The League of Woman Voters was founded by Emma Smith DeVoe and Carrie Chapman Catt
Thank you Susan B. Anthony. Thank you Carrie Chapman Catt. Thank you Anna Howard Shaw. Thank you Jane Addams. Thank…
Making Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Caty Stanton, Lucy Stone, Carrie Chapman Catt, and all who fought for women's suffrage proud
There are whole precincts of voters in this country whose united intelligen...
No written law has ever been more binding than unwritten custom supported by popular opinion. (Carrie Chapman Catt)
Carrie Chapman Catt, thank you for helping us gain the right to vote in 1920, you a real one 👌🏼
Carrie Chapman Catt: Chicago suffragette who founded the League of Women Voters
Excellent choices - missing Lucy Stone and Carrie Chapman Catt to be perfect.
Carrie Chapman Catt founded the League of Women Voters in 1919 - year b4 women got the
Remember when everyone told Carrie Chapman Catt to suck it?
Hard, but not impossible. Carrie Chapman Catt deserves her due as leader of NAWSA, but Alice Paul and Lucy Burns were crucial.
Do you think Susan B. Anthony and Sojourner Truth, or will they go with more fun options like Frances Harper and Carrie Chapman Catt?
March is if you teach the suffrage movement, Alice Paul, and Carrie Chapman Catt visit:
I wanted to talk about Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Carrie Chapman Catt being straight up racist & she's wants to talk abt planned parenthood??
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Carrie Chapman Catt & Ida Husted Harper with their modern day counterparts from the League of Women…
This week I got to visit Charles City, Iowa, where the Carrie Chapman Catt Home is based. A scenic view of downtown.
Perfect day to visit the Carrie Chapman Catt Home in Charles City on assignment for
JoAnn Streeter Shade recognized Deleasa Randall-Griffiths' portrayal of Carrie Chapman Catt in her Ashland...
To the wrongs that need resistance, to the rights that need assistance, to the future in the distance, give yourselves – Carrie Chapman Catt
LRT: "When Arquette says: To every woman who gave birth to every taxpayer and citizen of this nation, I hear Carrie Chapman Catt in 1915"
It is true, from the dawn of time women have been held under the sway of men in a patriarchal society. For the longest time, the basic rights of women did not exist, they were looked upon as property of men, incapable of thought or idea, furthermore society did not believe they could take care of themselves in any way shape or form. Then the women's rights movement came to be, and over a period of one hundred fifty years women made leaps and bounds in their quest for equal treatment in a society dominated by men. Women like Elizabeth Candy Stanton, Alice Paul and Carrie Chapman Catt who all spent their lives working so hard just to attain equal treatment, wishing for nothing more to be treated like people and not property. Now my question is why? why must we as a people, or a race, look down upon others for the color of their skin, the religion that they follow or what is or isn't hanging between their legs, why are most of you so pig headed to believe that it's ok to objectify women in a sexual manner? w ...
Carrie Chapman Catt, founder of League of Women Voters; leader of the women's suffrage movement
Sure you know Washington, Jefferson, and Adams. Now get a handle on Alice Paul, Lucy Burns, and Carrie Chapman Catt.
We congratulate Theresa Windus, Ames Laboratory scientist, being honored by the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics on the 2014 Women Impacting ISU calendar!
On April 28, 1867, 12 women joined together to form a secret college society for women, not knowing what the future would hold. That society was founded as I.C. Sorosis at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois. This later became Pi Beta Phi. Pi Beta Phi was the first national secret college society of women to be modeled after the Greek-letter fraternities of men. At a time when few women were admitted to colleges and universities, Pi Beta Phi created a feeling of unity among pioneering women. Since 1867, more than 240,000 women have been initiated to Pi Beta Phi. There are 135 active chapters within the USA and Canada. Colours: Wine and Silver Blue Symbol: Arrow Flower: Wine Carnation Mascot: Angel Motto: Pi Beta Phi Famous Pi Phis include: First Ladies: Grace Coolidge and Barbara Bush Actresses: Jennifer Garner, Patricia Neal, Faye Dunaway, and Jenna Dewan Suffragist Carrie Chapman Catt TV Chef Ree Drummond (aka The Pioneer Woman) Authors: Patricia McLachlan, Jen Lancaster and Sue Grafton Order of Cana ...
Today in Carrie Chapman Catt, an American leader in the women's suffrage movement, was born in Ripon, WI, this …
January Highlights in US Women's History January 3, 1949 – Margaret Chase Smith (R-Maine) starts her tenure in the Senate, where she stays in office until 1973, became the first woman to serve in both the House and Senate as she previously served in the House (R-Maine, 1940-49) January 5, 1925 – Nellie Tayloe Ross is inaugurated as the first woman Governor in U.S. history (Governor of Wyoming) January 7, 1896 – Fanny Farmer's first cookbook is published in which she standardized cooking measurements January 7, 1955 – Marian Anderson is the first African American woman to sing at the Metropolitan Opera January 8, 1977 – Pauli Murray is ordained as the first female African American Episcopal priest January 11, 1935 – Amelia Earhart makes the first solo flight from Hawaii to North America January 12, 1932 – Hattie Wyatt Caraway (D-Arkansas) is the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate, becomes the first woman to chair a Senate Committee and the first to serve as the Senate's presiding officer ...
I don't feel like writing more about Carrie Chapman-Catt. 😒
U.S. 1915 U.S.A. Women’s Suffrage Bill Jan. 12th, 1915 : The House of Representatives voted Down the Women’s Suffrage Bill, which would allow women the right to vote. The actual vote count was 204 against and 174 for this bill. Women’s Suffrage leaders such as Ann Howard Shaw and Carrie Chapman Catt stated they would continue to find for the right to cast a ballot. The right to vote was granted to women in 1920.
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Here's a more partisan view of Paul...(I can't give a H/T because I lost the post I copied it from.) SUFFRAGIST OF THE MONTH: Alice Stokes Paul (1885 - 1977) Alice Paul was, arguably, the most influential individual in the fight for women’s rights of the 20th century. Born on January 11, 1885, Paul was the oldest child of successful businessman William Paul and his wife, Tacie. Alice and her siblings were raised on a comfortable New Jersey farm, but as Quakers, the family lived simply, learning firsthand the value of hard work. They also learned gender equality, as well as a necessity to work for the improvement of society. Perhaps one of her strongest influences was Tacie, who as a member of the National American Women’s Suffragist Association (NAWSA), brought Alice along to the meetings. Paul studied biology at Swarthmore College, earned an MA in sociology at the University of Pennsylvania, then studied social work in England. While in England, she became acquainted with Emmeline Pankhurst, the mili ...
American historians, did you learn about Alice Paul in school? Or was it all Eliz. Cady Stanton, Susan B Anthony and Carrie Chapman Catt?
Carrie Chapman Catt (January 9, 1859 – March 9, 1947) was a women's suffrage leader. She campaigned for the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution which gave U. S. women the
Carrie Chapman Catt helped establish the memorial to Susan B Anthony that is now the Susan B Anthony Museum &...
Happy birthday, Carrie Chapman Catt, woman suffragist and founder of the League of Women Voters of the U.S.!
“Service to a just cause rewards the worker with more real happiness and satisfaction than any other venture of life.” Carrie Chapman Catt
Why do we celebrate Chapter Loyalty Day? Pi Beta Phi Historian Fran Becque provides an in depth look into the life of Carrie Chapman Catt, a pioneer for women and a loyal and devoted Pi Phi. Carrie...
Born 1/9/1859, Carrie Chapman Catt played a key role in ratification of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing women the right to vote.
Today is Carrie Chapman Catt’s birthday. In a little over a month from now, we will be celebrating the birthday...
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In memory of Carrie Chapman Catt. (Yes, I know Richard Milhous Nixon was born on this day, but I work hard at forgetting him!) Past January 9s: 1493: First reported sighting of manatees (by Christopher Columbus). He thinks they’re mermaids. 1768: Englishman Philip Astley stages the first modern circus (in London). 1788: Connecticut becomes fifth state. 1879: Cheyenne prisoners led by Dull Knife (Cheyenne name Morning Star) revolt at Fort Robinson, Nebraska. (They agree to go there originally hoping to get back to their Wyoming land. When they realize that will not happen, they revolt.) 1906: Campbell’s soup is trademark registered. 1909: Ernest Shackleton reaches 88°23’ south. 1998: Decapitated head of Danish Little Mermaid is returned. 2001: Apple Computer Inc. introduces its iTunes music management software at the MacWorld Expo in San Francisco. 2007: Apple Computer unveils the revolutionary iPhone. 2013: For the first time since 1996, no candidates are elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fa ...
9 Jan 1859: Birth of Carrie Chapman Catt, Pres of the Nat Amer Woman Suffrage Association & founder of the League of Women Voters
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A dynamic speaker and tenacious organizer, Carrie Chapman Catt was a powerful force in the women�s suffrage movement. Her relentless campaigning won Woodrow Wilson's respect and support, and ultimately led to passage of the Nineteenth Amendment granting women the right to vote.…
With her “Winning Plan” Carrie Chapman Catt led the Nat’l American Woman Suffrage Assn. to victory in 1920. More:
women’s suffrage leader Carrie Chapman Catt, born today in 1859!
Rocking the "Cradle" with reflections on a visit to Carrie Chapman Catt's childhood home.
Carrie Chapman Catt's birthday inspires reflections on her childhood home.
It's one of our favorite days ... Chapter Loyalty Day and Iowa Gamma Carrie Chapman Catt's birthday! How are you celebrating your chapter today?
Celebrating the life of founder and suffrage movement leader Carrie Chapman Catt - she was born on Jan. 9, 1859
1/9/1859 —U SHOULD know who this woman is! b. Carrie Chapman Catt, prominent suffrage leader, administrator, speaker, author
Also, today is Carrie Chapman Catt's birthday. She is an incredible role model and I'm so proud to be a member of her sorority.
Happy Chapter Loyalty Day! Remember today the women who have come before you and those who will come after you.
After the 19th Amendment passed in 1920, Carrie Chapman Catt founded to bring women into the political mainstream.
Happy birthday to Carrie Chapman Catt (1/9/1859), founder of the League of Women Voters!
1/9/1859 Carrie Chapman Catt born. A Pi Phi at Iowa State, she was a loyal alumna. In her honor 1/9 is Chapter Loyalty …
Born 1/9/1859: Carrie Chapman Catt, women's suffrage leader, founder of the LeagueOf WomenVoters. & we thank you.
Women's suffrage leader Carrie Chapman Catt, who appears on this Progress of Women stamp, was born today in 1859:
My limited edition, collectable woman suffrage calendar is reminding me that CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT was born on this date 155 years ago (Ripon, Wisconsin; but grew up near/in Charles City, Iowa.when the final suffrage victory had been won in August 1920, it was she who was the chief honoree at a massive public event in NYC led by Governor Al Smith).
Biography of Carrie Chapman Catt, leader in the later years of the struggle for women's suffrage. she was also a founder of the League of Women Voters.
Today is the anniversary of Carrie Chapman Catt's birthday!
Carrie Chapman Catt, Suffragist and Peace Advocate, is a Women of Courage profile, produced by the St. Lawrence County, NY Branch of the American Association of University Women.
Your THURSDAY BirthDayScope for Jan. 9: Happy Birthday, Capricorn! Opinionated and driven by principle, ethics and honor, you're an outstanding human being. You don't just mouth interesting ideas and homilies; you live your beliefs. A large number of you are compelled to write, teach, practice or study law, or explore psychology or anthropology. You always look for the motive behind a deed. The act itself is less important to you than the process that generated it. You're also fascinated with history, precedents and religion - all elements that document man's understanding of his place in the universe. Many of you dabble in various belief systems until you find something that truly resonates. No matter what your position on religion may be, you possess a deep wonder about the mysteries of life. There's something remarkable about your vibe. People feel a different kind of energy emanating from you, as if you're more spiritual than physical. Your eyes are extremely expressive - and probably seductive in a . ...
Today's sorority spotlight is all about Pi Beta Phi at JHU!! Pi Beta Phi Fraternity was founded on April 28, 1867, at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois. They wear the Golden Arrow across their hearts, ever pointed up. The 12 links represent their 12 founders, and the arrow is also Pi Phi's official symbol. The fraternity colors are wine and silver blue, and the Wine Carnation is their official flower. Angels, the unofficial Fraternity symbol, became associated with Pi Phi in the 1930s. The values set for Pi Phi by their founders are: integrity, lifelong commitment, honor & respect, philanthropic service to others, personal & intellectual growth, and sincere friendship. Pi Phi is the first women's fraternity to be modeled on the men's groups and the first to start a chapter at another college. There are 131 chapters around the U.S. and Canada, and our chapter is Maryland Gamma! Read. Lead. Achieve is Pi Beta Phi’s philanthropic effort, which inspires a lifelong love of reading that can unlock true p ...
“Everybody counts in applying democracy. And there will never be a true democracy until every responsible and law-abiding adult in it, without regard to race, sex, color or creed has his or her own inalienable and unpurchasable voice in government,” by Carrie Chapman Catt.
Ladies- Take Notice!!! Alice Paul, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucy Stone, Carrie Chapman Catt, Jane Addams, Lucy Burns, and so many others, fought for our freedoms - not for their own, for OURS! Don't let their sacrifices be in vain. VOTE!
Here is some Olive History of Oroville:History Freda Ehmann "...not how much, nor how inexpensive but how good a product can we produce?" This early mission statement was the slogan for Freda Ehmann, considered by many as the "Mother of the California Olive Industry". In 1895, at the age of 56, Freda Ehmann found herself penniless and a widow. Her savings depleted, her sole tangible asset was a 20-acre olive orchard of dubious value. While her son, friends and a few lawyers urged her to file bankruptcy, Freda reminded her son that the family had always paid its debts. Thus began what a society at the end of the 1800’s would have seen as impossible steps of faith for a woman. "In looking back over these first pages of our business history, one might truthfully say that I did not know the enormity of the task which was before me." - Freda Ehmann, 1911 In the spring of 1898 Freda Ehmann got together enough money to take a marketing trip. First heading by boat to Vancouver, the year of the Klondike Gold Rus ...
Every day is a good day to make a resolution for beginning a new way of living, but the New Year's Day holiday provides a good focus for reviewing our lives and resolving to live each day with conscious attention. I love the man that can smile in trouble, that can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. ~ Thomas Paine "When a just cause reaches its flood tide - whatever stands in the way must fall before its overwhelming power." ~ Carrie Chapman Catt "It's choice -- not chance -- that determines your destiny." ~ Jean Nidetch Maybe now's the time to establish a new pattern of viewing your life fresh. ~ Mary Anne Radmacher "Imagination rules the world." Napoleon Bonaparte
Excited to go on nighttime graveyard tour at Woodlawn tonight, bringing flowers for Celia Cruz, mixed feelings for Carrie Chapman Catt.
Legacy of Heroines scholars visited the Carrie Chapman Catt Girlhood Home in Charles City, Iowa, on Tuesday.
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As a result of the strategy of Carrie Chapman Catt, Colorado men make their state the second in which women have full voting rights.
About John Lennon, Martin Luther king jr, Carrie chapman Catt, etc. and it makes me feel better. Because they obviously thought differently
6/1916 — Pres. Woodrow Wilson promises to recommend that the states grant women the vote in a letter to Carrie Chapman Catt
March 24, 1919: Carrie Chapman Catt proposes formation of League of Women Voters:
am thinking about names for our new kitty while waiting for her to move in with us. Possible names so far: Miss Kitty (Sheriff Matt Dillon's girlfriend in Gunsmoke), Kitty Wells (country singer), Eartha Kitt-y (terrific singer, *** rights advocate, spoke out early against the Vietnam war), Carrie Chapman Catt (suffragette from Iowa), Maggie the Cat (character in the play Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennesse Williams, the character was played in the movie by Elizabeth Taylor, along with Paul Newman and Burl Ives). Amber says I should name her Casey.
1900: Fauvist movement in painting begins, led by Henri Matisse. Austrian psychiatrist Sigmund Freud publishes The Interpretation of Dreams. Carrie Chapman Catt succeeds Susan B. Anthony as president of National Woman Suffrage Association. 1901: Queen Victoria dies on Jan. 22 after a reign of nearly 64 years, and is succeeded by her son, Edward VII. As President McKinley begins his second term, he is fatally shot by anarchist Leon Czolgosz (Sept. 6). Theodore Roosevelt is sworn in as successor after McKinley dies on Sept. 14. J.P. Morgan creates the United States Steel Co., which will become the first $1 billion corporation in the world. 1902: Enrico Caruso makes his first gramophone recording. 1903: Henry Ford founded Ford Motor Company. Orville and Wilbur Wright make the first controlled, powered and sustained heavier-than-air human flight. The first transcontinental trip by automobile--San Francisco to New York in 52 days. 1904: U.S. begins construction of the Panama Canal. 1905 : The Russian Revolutio ...
Archimedes said: “Give me a fulcrum large enough, and I will move the world.” Such is the genius of Cotton/ Rand/ Tubman/ Alcott/ Eleanor Roosevelt/ Millicent Fawcett/ Christabel Pankhurst/ Emily Wilding Davison/ Devi/ among others: My Mother/ Rekha Basu/ Carrie Chapman Catt/ Mother Theresa. Martial arts are essentially a great kindness. When the world attains there will be no need for them. Until, is the great deception of time. The greatest and fastest ways to enlightenment are A Course in Miracles/Alcoholics Anonymous/ Zen/Tao and in my personal opinion: The teachings of Ghandi/ King and Morhei Usheiba. In the 21st Century, it is stupid to fight. People have guns, especially here in America. Even a paraplegic can pull a trigger.
Did you know Carrie Chapman Catt (Pi Beta Phi) was the President of the National American Woman Suffrage...
Happy Mother's Day to all hardworking Mommies and to all the past and present women that continues to fight for equal rights! Despite this monumental triumph, the suffragists still had much work to do. It would be another year before the Senate passed the suffrage amendment, and another year beyond that before the necessary thirty-six states would ratify it. Finally, on August 26, 1920, seventy-five years ago today, the Nineteenth Amendment gave women throughout the nation the right to vote. At the last Suffrage Convention of 1920, Carrie Chapman Catt spoke to the joyful women: Ours has been a movement with a soul, ever leading on. Women came, served, and passed on, but others came to take their places. Who shall say that all the hosts of the millions of women who have toiled and hoped and met delay are not here today, and joining in the rejoicing? Their cause has won. Be glad today. Let your joy be unconfined. Let it speak so clearly that its echo will be heard around the world. [Let] it find its way int ...
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