The Indian Citizenship Act passed on June 2, 1924.
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The Indian Citizenship Act passed on June 2, 1924. Native American suffragists such as Zitkala-Sa (pictured) fought for its passage. which The Indian Citizenship resulted in voting rights to many Native American women and men, but many indigenous people continued to be barred from voting due to discriminatory voting laws.
To learn when American women across the United States were enfranchised, before or after the Nineteenth Amendment, see When did women in your state get the right to vote?
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