The map above shows the state of Women’s Suffrage in North America just 100 years ago. Amazingly, the majority of women in the United States still did not have the right to vote.
By mid-1917, the majority of Canadian provinces offered full suffrage to women, with the exceptions being Quebec and the Atlantic provinces (note Newfoundland would not join Canada until 1949).
However, in the United States the only states offering women the full right to vote were out West. Eastern, Southern, and Mid-Western states did not for the most part.