Teachers may use these Library of Congress primary source documents to support teaching about women’s suffrage in the United States. The set provides evidence for a study of the chronology of the women’s suffrage movement. It can also be used to stimulate comparisons between the suffrage movement in the US and England. This set also supports the teaching of state voting history, especially for states with early voting rights for women. This primary source set documents evidence from popular culture, as well as the causes and effects of the women’s suffrage movement. This set includes images, song sheets, articles, statistical documents, political cartoons, and sound files.
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