1921 to 1929
Last issue of The Suffragist published.
NWP convention in Washington, D.C., discusses future course for organization. NWP undertakes new campaign to improve women's legal, social, and economic status in United States and world.
Second pageant celebrating 75th anniversary of 1848 Seneca Falls meeting held at Garden of Gods in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
President Warren G. Harding meets with NWP members regarding equal rights bill.
U.S. Supreme Court upholds validity of 19th Amendment.
After intense lobbying by NWP, Congress passes Cable Act, preventing American women from losing their citizenship after marrying aliens.
First issue of Equal Rights published.
At Seneca Falls, New York, NWP celebrates 75th anniversary of first equal rights convention with pageant and pilgrimage to Susan B. Anthony's grave in Rochester. At general conference, Alice Paul presents draft equal rights amendment for delegates' approval.
Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), drafted by Alice Paul, introduced in Congress.
NWP members lobby for ERA at Republican and Democratic national conventions. Both parties reject motions to insert ERA plank in their platforms.
Women For Congress campaign launched.
NWP revives Women For Congress campaign.
Women For Congress conference held in Baltimore.
NWP denied membership in International Woman Suffrage Alliance.
NWP deputation meets with President Coolidge.
NWP assists in establishment of Inter-American Commission of Women (IACW) at Sixth Pan-American Congress in Havana, Cuba.
At both Republican National Convention in Kansas City and Democratic National Convention in Houston, NWP officers lobby unsuccessfully for ERA planks on platforms.
IACW representatives in Paris rebuffed in attempt to present equal rights treaty to international delegates assembled to sign Kellogg-Briand Pact. American and British feminists picket conference; arrests and imprisonment generate worldwide publicity.
NWP members testify at congressional hearings on ERA.
Puerto Rican women granted suffrage subject to literacy testing.
At Open Door Council meeting in Berlin, NWP members assist in drafting both Charter of Economic Rights for Working Women and Open Door Manifesto.