Votes For Women: Congressional Action in the First Session of the 48th Congress, 1883, 1884
The Library of Congress' American Memory Project - Votes For Women: National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection 1848-1921: Congressional Action in the First Session of the 48th Congress, 1883, 1884. 'Early in the first session of the Forty-eighth Congress, Mr. Lapham of New York in the Senate, and Mr. White of Kentucky in the House introduced a resolution for the submission of a proposition for a Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution. The Senate appointed a Select Committee on Woman Suffrage without the slightest opposition. The Committee on Rules in the House refusing to report a committee, instructed Mr. Keifer of Ohio to ask leave of the House as to whether one should be granted. The Congressional Record gives the report.'
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