Women suffrage is a subject which could be considered a black mark on the history of the United States. Back then before the 19th century women had absolutely no freedom, and were restricted to their homes. They couldn’t vote as well, meaning they couldn’t choose their leader for their country. At the time men would be the only ones allowed to vote. Women would be seen as housewife’s and would only be allowed to participate in domestic roles, while men were seen as superior. Changes in social conditions and education began to gain their right to vote just like men. This event saw the rise in the suffrage of 1840-1920. A meeting in Seneca Falls in new York was the start of this revolution. Women had come to a realization that they had a limited place in society. The Seneca Falls launched the “created equal” campaign. Women struggled with many challenges during this struggle for 80 years. The struggling and fighting was over when the 19th amendment was signed in 1920. This amendment finally gave women the right to vote in national elections. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a suffragist as well. She introduced women sentiments in the fall meeting. According to Google the women sentiments were, also known as the Declaration of Rights and Sentiments. This is a document signed in 1848 by 68 women and 32 men—100 out of some 300 attendees at the first women’s rights convention to be organized by women. The plan for the feminist movement was also written by Elizabeth Cady. Elizabeth Cady later on worked together with Susan B. Anthony and together they women to fight for their freedom and equality and their right to vote. Elizabeth became the leading feminist philosopher, she made sure to guide American women towards their goal of women rights. She was determined to make sure all women get their place in society but she was also a wife and a mother who devoted time to her family. The main objective for this movement was to make sure women would gain their rights and vote just like the men. This movement also defended African American women who were granted franchise but not included in the fourteenth or fifteenth amendment, this gave them an opportunity to vote despise of their race and color. No one should be denied their opportunity to vote based on their race or gender. They also wanted the fifteenth amendment to include gender; they believed their rights would bring an end to polygamy. Soon enough the women suffrage movement gained government support to help with their votes. Many of the organizations were led by Susan Anthony and Elizabeth Stanton. Their campaigns weren’t easy some even got arrested or harassed like Susan for simply just supporting their campaign. Temperance advocates wanted women to vote because it would mobilize voting bloc. July 1890 the territory of Wyoming which had allowed women to vote was declared a state. Wyoming had become the first state with women suffrage. By 1912 Theodore Roosevelt’s party became the first political party who supported women suffrage. By may 1912 the remaining 2/3 vote in favor to pass the women suffrage was mustered in congress. By July 1920 it all came down to Tennessee. Twenty four year old Henry Burns surprised everyone by deciding his vote for ratification. Women had finally won their vote. It took women a long time o achieve their right of suffrage. Men would be threatened with women who had dedication or wanted to move forward. Men thought they had the power to keep women from gaining their vote. Now women have the same rights as men, were all equal, but still to this day we face decimation by some.