The Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution secured the right to vote to women.
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The first day of the first session of the Forty-ninth Congress
Congressmen entering the chamber, administration of the oath of office
A bill (S. 10) to amend an act entitled "An act to amend section 5352 of the Revised Statutes of the United States in reference to bigamy, and for other purposes," is referred from the Senate and read in the House of Representatives
The House Committee on the Judiciary attempts to report on S. 10, the report is objected to.
S. 10 is reported back to the House from the Committee on the Judiciary
The first day of the second session of the Forty-ninth Congress
Congressmen entering the Chamber, resolution proposed setting aside the 14th of December 1886 for the consideration of S. 10
The House of Representatives Committee on Rules gives their report on S. 10
S.10 is debated and on its third reading passed in the House.
A message from the Senate informs the House that a Conference Committee for S.10 has been requested.
The House responds the the Senate's request for a Conference Committee and appoints members.
One of the members on the part of the House in the Conference Committee is replaced
The House receives a message from the Senate requesting the return of S.10
Report from Committee on Woman's Suffrage (H.J. Res. 1); Annual message of the President.