After the war the women’s movement split into rival factions with Stanton and Susan B. Anthony forming the National Woman’s Suffrage Association and Lucy Stone and Julia Ward Howe forming the American Woman’s Suffrage Association.
Women’s suffrage movements stopped their campaigns for the vote and rallied for the “Right to Serve”. Women gained a lot of respect for this war work. Women did a wide range of jobs including munitions work, hospital jobs and farm work. The also took over “men’s work”.