Use the resources gathered below for reputable information on topics related to Women's Suffrage/The 19th Amendment!
Abolition & Suffrage:
Suffrage and World War I:
The Influence of British Suffragists on American Suffragists:
Shall not be Denied: Women Fight for the Vote!
An Exhibit set up by the Library of Congress split into the following sections:
The 19th Amendment: A Woman's Right to Vote
(approx. 27 min.)
Crusade for the vote:
This site contains a wide range of information on different aspects of the suffrage movement. It also contains a question section which could help in the creation of a thesis statement.
Valuable links provided by The Library of Congress:
Search National Public Radio for a range of articles!
Here are some interesting finds:
PBS articles and essays about women's suffrage:
Search here to read documents in their original format from the Suffragist Movement and much more!
Search America's historic newspapers from 1789-1963!
**Cites sources for you!**
Votes for Women - A Portrait of Persistence:
"Votes for Women features more than 120 portraits and objects spanning 1832 to 1965 that explore the American suffrage movement and the political challenges women faced."
Use the link above to find the correct formatting for your Annotated Bibliography citations!