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Susan B. Anthony  (Y,M)
From the National Women's Hall of Fame

Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote  (M, O)
"In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote highlights the relentless struggle of diverse activists throughout U.S. history to secure voting rights for all American women." Virtual exhibition from the National Archives Museum

Teaching With Documents: Woman Suffrage and the 19th Amendment   (O)
From the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration

Women's Suffrage at  (Y,M)
Free Presentations in PowerPoint format

Women's Suffrage  (Y,M)
From Surfing the Net with kids

Women's Suffrage  (Y,M)
Using a BrainPOP movie, you will learn about the struggle for women's voting rights. Why did women chose the 19th century to press the issue of voting? What were women in countries around the world doing to influence suffrage here in America?

Women's Suffrage Movement  (Y,M)
From 4 2 Explore Contains definitions, activities, the 4 good starting points, and many more links and resources for the Women's Suffrage Movement.

Women In History  (T)

Women's Suffrage for Grades 3-5  (Y)
From Scholastic Teacher

Women's Suffrage for Grades 1-2  (Y)
From Scholastic Teachers

Women's Suffrage for Grades 6-8  (Y,M)
From Scholastic Teachers

By Popular Demand: "Votes for Women" Suffrage Pictures   (Y,M)
From the Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress

The Road to Suffrage  (O)
From the National Women's -History Museum. Activism for Equality Lesson Prepared By Nancy Hayward. For grades 9-12 and college

The Fight for Women's Suffrage  (Y,M,O)

Women's Suffrage  (Y,M)
From This three segment study includes a teacher's guide and related booklist.

"Sufferin' Until Suffrage"  (M)
From School House Rock Lyrics

Petition for Change   (Y,M)
Social Studies lesson plan using historical fiction to study a unit on Women's Suffrage for Grade 6. Accessed through Wayback Archives

Women's Suffrage: Their Rights and Nothing Less   (Y,M)
From the Library of Congress Learn at the Library series.

Cultural Change  (O)
Students grades 9-12 look at arguments used to win the vote for American women; to examine cultural norms for men and women of the time; to write counter-arguments for why women should or should not get to vote; to use critical thinking on forming links between political ideas and cultural attitudes. Accessed through Wayback Archives

Women's Suffrage: Why the West First?  (M)
From EDSITEment for grades 6-8

Women's Suffrage: Their Rights and Nothing Less  (M, O, T)
Lesson from the Library of Congress

75 Suffragists  (Y,M,O,T)
From the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities

Chronology of Woman Suffrage Movement Events  (Y,M,O,T)
From Scholastic Teachers

Women's Rights National Historic Park  (Y,M,O,T)
The park commemorates the First Women's Rights Convention. The website offers historical information about the convention for those who cannot visit in person.

Women's Suffrage Blog Posts

Alice Paul and the Women’s Suffrage Movement

Alice Paul and the Women's Suffrage Movement Election day is tomorrow and it got me thinking about how many people don’t bother to vote either because they don’t like the choices, they don’t think they can make a difference, or they simply don’t care. As a woman, I ponder the impact that Alice Paul and the women’s suffrage movement had on women’s rights. Women were jailed and beaten just up the road from me at what used to be the Occoquan Workhouse (later to be Lorton Federal Prison) in their fight for women to have the vote. Read More »

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