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Womens' history in America:
Womens Suffrage: 1776-1925
Suffrage: Noun. 1. vote. 2. The right to vote
from The Merriam-Webster Dictionary, Home and Office Edition, 1995
The subject of the cultural history of American women has become rather interesting to me, of late; particularly as it concerns the Suffragete movement. Did you know women have been fighting for equality since the very founding of America? :) These are all outside links, so do think about returning here, when you're done reading? Read on, and enjoy.
My Hero: Abigail Adams
(1744 - 1818)
Ernestine Rose (1810-1892)
One Hundred Years toward Suffrage: An Overview
Eyewitness to History: Women Win the Vote
Historical Gazette: Women Vote! 1920-1995
PBS: Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
An online, multimedia presentation of the PBS special.
By Popular Demand: "Votes for Women" Suffrage Pictures, 1850-1920
Pictures and documents from the American Suffrage movement era.
Note: Once here, Click, National American Woman Suffrage Collection, on that following page, click "Browse by Title" or "Browse By Author" to find all sorts of period documents concerning the Suffrage movement.
History Channel Exhibits: Woman's Suffrage
Judith Wellman / The Road to Seneca Falls
a brief history of the movement.
Suffrage: Women's Rights
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