NAWSA Suffragists, 1890–1920: Margaretta Van Rensselaer Schuyler

Research, Writing

Biographical Sketch

The Challenge

Research and write short biographical sketch on selected women suffragists for Database celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment.


Extensive research using Newspaper archives, National Library Databases, University Databases, and other available resources.


Care and attention to interesting details to tell the Story of subjects life in a concise form.


Deliver biographical sketch within the time alloted. Fully edited and ready for post.

Client:Professor Thomas Dublin, SUNY Binghamton

Date:1 December, 2018

Link:Database of NAWSA Suffragists, 1890-1920

Type:Research, Writing

.In October 1916, Schuyler received an assignment to Wyoming to aid in the efforts to stop the re-election of Wilson and other candidates who did not support ratifying the woman suffrage Amendment.

Ms. Schuyler, on 4 March 1919, carried the American flag at the front of the line during a suffrage demonstration in New York organized by Alice Paul.