Historical Timeline of the National Womans Party

  • 1912 to 1914 1912 Dec. Alice Paul appointed chairman of NAWSA's Congressional Committee at 1912 NAWSA convention.
  • 1915 to 1916 1915 Jan. CU opens "freedom booth" at Panama Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco.
  • 1917 1917 Jan. 9 President Wilson rebukes deputation presenting him with Boissevain memorial resolutions.
  • 1918 to 1920 1918 Jan. 9 President Wilson publicly declares support for federal woman suffrage amendment.
  • 1921 to 1929 1921 Feb. Last issue of The Suffragist published.
  • 1930 to 1997 1930 Feb. 17 First conference of Inter-American Commission of Women held in Havana, Cuba. Alice Paul proposes international adoption of Equal Nationality Treaty, which she drafted.