Latter-day Saint Woman’s Suffrage Research Guide
This guide presents sources for researching the woman’s suffrage movement in Utah. Utah women received the right to vote in 1870, but this right was taken from them by the Edmunds-Tucker Act passed by the federal government in 1887. Utah women were again granted the right to vote in 1896, when Utah became a state. In 1920, the Nineteenth Amendment to the US Constitution was passed, extending the right to vote to all women in the United States.
Please note that some of these sources are third-party websites not affiliated with the Church; as such, the Church does not endorse their content.