Could women vote in colonial Delaware?
the rich people who had gold and good farming
Yes, they could, I really dont have a reason.
No women were not allowed to vote in colonial america
No. Women didn’t have the right to vote until 1920. This was well past the colonial period.
In colonial New Jersey any man who was free and owned land could vote. From 1776 to 1807 any woman who owned property could vote. Women lost the right to vote in 1807.
Name at least two groups of people that could not vote in Colonial America because of these qualifications?
Non-whites and women could not vote in colonial america because of these qualifications
Colonial women couldn't vote or own property.
Anglo American women had few rights in colonial times. They could not own property unless they were widowed and were not able to vote.
They couldn't vote in any colonies. They didnt have dreedom to vote and neither did women. The only people who could vote where whitemen. Nothing else.
The right to vote.
The right to vote.
Women could not vote. Only free, white men over 21 who owned land were qualified.
The right to vote in Colonial Elections was reserved for Property Holders
i think only males could vote
What best describes the rights of women in Colonial America they A had same rights as men B were property of their fathers and husbands if married and had no rights to vote or own property?
Women could not vote or own property
Sort of. If you were a white male and owned land you could vote, but if you were a woman or landless person you couldn't vote. Everything else was run by white men. I don't call that equal rights.
In the colonial government you had to be a landowner to vote and people (blacks) who didn't own land didn't have the right to vote
In the early years of Colonial America, only white, male, landowners could vote.
Only white men who owned property could vote.
During colonial times, the right to vote was limited to adult white males who owned property. Most women could not vote, though some colonies gave the vote to widows who owned property. After the United States became an independent nation, the Constitution gave the states the right to decide who could vote. One by one, the states abolished property requirements and, by 1830, all white male adults could vote.
Women were unequal to men in colonial times by way inferior legal rights, such as the right to vote
Only the men that were rich could vote, women could not vote.
men could vote but women could not
They could not vote, any land or property they owned came from their father and was given to their husband when they married.
Women and black people could not vote in 1824.
women could not vote back in the 1800s
In 1910 women could vote local and in 1913 they had the same vote as men
yes both men and women could vote.
Back then, only white rich males who owned a certain amount of land could vote. america needed to develop into a democracy that allowed african americans and women to vote.
Women could not vote because they were not seen as equals. It took many years before women were given the right to vote.
Women could not vote. All adult male Roman citizens could vote.
Women were given the right to vote in the year of 1920.
only men could vote, women could not.
Women and enslaved people could not vote and every colony had some type of property qualification for voting.
There were many different elections before women could vote, the right to vote was not obtained until 1921 by women.
white males, who owned property, and were over 18 could vote
Women did have right, especially African American female babies. lol -- from my friend
1918 (women over 30) mostly because of the contribution of women in ww1 and the suffrage protests. In 1928 all women could vote women in Britain could vote after the age of 30 in 1918 (after ww1) by 1928, the age was lowered to 21 (equal to men)
Women could vote on minor things like school board meetings but not on presidential elections
No, women couldn't vote until 2 centuries later
NO. American women did not get the vote until the 1920's.
Yes, as of 1980, all women 18 and over could vote in Iraq.
Women could not vote in the 1800s
I believe it was those who were member's of the church.
Women didn't have a vote in 1900
Suffragettes alone weren't allowed to vote, all women could not vote. Suffragettes were only women who were protesting the lack of the right to vote.
In 1920 in the US the passage of the 19th amendment was passed giving women the right to vote.
Some British women who owned land could vote in municipal elections in 1907.
women were looked at as less and not as powerful as men
the women could now vote