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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 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.