United States Nineteenth Amendment and Edmunds Tucker Act [Early Access - Work in Progress]

The Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution secured the right to vote to women.

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Session 6331: 1885-12-18 00:00:00

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To Investigate Condition of Potomac River Front of Washington-Messrs. McPherson (chairman), Ransom, Gorman, Conger, Sabin, Manderson, and Spooner.

To Make Provision for taking the Tenth Census and ascertaining the Results thereof-Messrs. Hale (chairman), Morrill, Sawyer, Wilson of Iowa, Coke, Jackson, and Berry.

To Inquire into an Claims of Citizens of the United States against the Government of Nicaragua-Messrs. Maxey (chairman), Beck, Hoar, Harrison, and Wilson of Maryland.

On Woman Suffrage-Messrs. Cockrell (chairman), Fair, Brown, Blair, Palmer, Chace, and Bowen.

On Additional Accommodations for the Library of Congress-Messrs. Voorhees (chairman), Butler, Gibson, Morrill, and Miller of California.

To Inquire as to the Capacity of Steel-producing Works in the United States-Messrs. Hawley (chairman), Aldrich, Morgan, Butler, and Sewell.

On Transportation by Railroad between the Several States-Messrs. Cullom (chairman), Platt, Miller of New York, Gorman, and Harris.

To Consider the Subject of Reduction of Employés and Committees of Senate-Messrs. Allison (chairman), Platt, Plumb, Miller of New York, Cockrell, Harris, and Payne.

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