In 1913, after Alice Paul had returned from England, where she encountered a more militant form of the Women’s Suffrage movement, she sought to ignite the protests in America. She, along with the National American Woman Suffrage Association, organized a parade that took place the day before Woodrow Wilson’s inauguration ceremony. Women marched down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C. The Reverse desing on the Alice Paul First Spouse Gold Coin pictures Paul as she would have appeared as she marched along on March 3, 1913. After the famous women’s suffrage parade in 1913, the formation of the National Woman’s Party, her imprisonment and hunger strike in 1917; women earned the right to vote in 1920 with the passing of the 19th Amendment. She continued to fight for equality between the sexes until her death in 1974.
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