FLASHBACK: Public Laws of the U.S. of A. passed by the 59th Congress, Session II. The Expatriation Act of March 2, 1907 [CH 2534, Sec. 3]. Any American woman who marries a foreigner shall take the nationality of her husband, i.e., she lost her American citizenship!
Public Laws of the U.S. of A. passed by the 67th Congress, Session II. The Cable Act, AKA the “Married Women’s Independent Nationality Act”/“Married Women’s Act”) enacted September 22, 1922. [Ch. 411… An American woman will not have her citizenship taken away if she marries an immigrant unless he is an alien ineligible to citizenship….
Any woman who had lost her American citizenship through marriage to an alien eligible for citizenship was consequently allowed to apply to be repatriated