United States Nineteenth Amendment and Edmunds Tucker Act

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

Alabama Delegation

This is one of the 63 delegations in the convention, accounting for 32 of 1451 people who took part.

Members (32):

Name Visualize Details Delegations
Edward B. Almon Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
John H. Bankhead Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
William B. Bankhead Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Fred L. Blackmon Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
William B. Bowling Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
John L. Burnett Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Alexander C. Davidson Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
S. Hubert Dent Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
William H. Forney Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
William W. Garth Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Oscar Lee Gray Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
J. Thomas Helfin Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Hilary A. Herbert Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Goldsmith W. Hewitt Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
George Huddleston Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
James T. Jones Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Robert F. Ligon Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
John M. Martin Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
John McDuffie Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
John T. Morgan Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
William C. Oates Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
William B. Oliver Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Luke Pryor Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
James L. Pugh Visualize (12 December, 1820 — 9 March, 1907) Pugh was an American lawyer and politician. Born in Burke County, Ga., Pugh moved with his family to Alabama in 1824. Pugh was admitted to the bar in 1841 and was a Democratic presidential elector in 1848, 1856, and 1876. Pugh was elected to the Thirty-sixth Congress and served from March 4th, 1859 to January 21st, 1861. After withdrawing, Pugh joined the Eufaula Rifles, First Alabama Regiment, as a private. After being elected to the Confederate Congress in 1861 and later reelected in 1863, Pugh subsequently served as a member of the Alabama State Constitutional Convention in 1875. Pugh was later elected as a Democrat to the United States Senate to fill a vacancy after the death of George S. Houston and was reelcted in 1884 and 1890 serving from November 24th, 1880 to March 3rd, 1897. After retirement, Pugh resided in Washington D.C. until his death in 1907. [Source: 'Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 1774- Present', available at http://bioguide.congress.gov/biosearch/biosearch.asp] Alabama Delegation (The Road to Civil War) , Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Lilius Bratton Rainey Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Thomas W. Sadler Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Charles M. Shelley Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
George E. Spencer Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Henry B. Steagall Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Oscar W. Underwood Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Joseph Wheeler Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)
Jeremiah N. Williams Visualize None Alabama Delegation (This negotiation)