Women making history : the 19th Amendment.
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|Memorial Library of Nazareth and Vicinity||324.6 WOM 2020 (Text)||31001101800614||Adult Non Fiction||Checked Out||09/29/2020|
|Memorial Library of Nazareth and Vicinity||324.6 WOM 2020 (Text)||31001101801299||Adult Non Fiction||Checked Out||09/26/2020|
- ISBN: 9781681842677
- Physical Description: 176 pages ; 23cm.
- Publisher: Brookfield, Missouri : The Donning Company Publishers, 2020.
"Official National Park Service Handbook."
|Formatted Contents Note:||
19th Amendment timeline -- Looking for a right to vote : introducing the Nineteenth Amendmentby / Ann D. Gordon -- Jessie Jack Hooper -- The necessity of other social movements to the struggle for woman suffrage / Robyn Muncy -- The Justice Bell -- Flexing feminine muscles : strategies and conflicts in the suffrage movement / Susan Goodier -- Abby Kelley -- Anti-suffragism in the United States / Rebecca A. Rix -- Ruth Asawa -- African American women and the Nineteenth Amendment / Sharon Harley -- Lillie Devereux Blake & Matilda Joslyn Gage -- From mannish radicals to feminist heroes : suffragists in popular cultureby / Allison K. Lange -- Wilhelmina Kekelaokalaninui Widemann Dowsett -- Woman suffrage in the West / Jennifer Helton -- Nannie Helen Burroughs -- Woman suffrage in the Midwest / Elyssa Ford -- Woman suffrage in New England / Heather Munro Prescott -- Woman suffrage in the Mid-Atlantic / Christine L. Ridarsky -- Suffragists and the Texas State Fair -- Woman suffrage in the Southern States / Sarah H. Case -- Commemorating suffrage : historic sites and women's right to vote / Judith Wellman -- The National American Woman Suffrage Association goes to Portland -- Beyond 1920 : the legacies of woman suffrage / Liette Gidlow -- The International History of the US Suffrage Movement.
"The National Park Service is excited to commemorate the 100th year anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution that abolished sex as a basis for voting and to tell the diverse history of women's suffrage-the right to vote-more broadly. The U.S. Congress passed the 19th Amendment on June 4, 1919. The states ratified the amendment on August 18, 1920, officially recognizing women's right to vote. This handbook demonstrates the expansiveness of the stories the NPS is telling to preserve and protect women's history for this and future generations. The essays included within tell a broad history of various women advocating for their rights. Sprinkled throughout are short biographies of notable ladies who devoted their time to the women's suffrage movement along with summaries of events important to the cause"-- Provided by publisher.
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|Subject:||Women > Suffrage > United States > History.
United States. Constitution. 19th Amendment.
Suffragists > United States > Biography.