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This Curated Stack is a part of the EDCollection:

  • Timeline

    Women's Suffrage Timeline

    Trace the history of the movement from the Declaration of Independence to the Equal Rights Amendment in a timeline with historical front pages, artifacts and interviews with historians.

  • Lesson Plan

    The Women Who Made the Movement

    Students learn about the individuals who shaped the women’s suffrage movement by comparing their actions with their depictions in the mainstream and suffrage news media.

  • Lesson Plan

    Things Change, Things Stay the Same

    By analyzing primary and secondary sources, students see how politics, cultural values and individual leadership affected the progress of the fight for voting rights.

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    Different Perspectives on Women's Suffrage

    Students conduct research to make claims – supported by evidence – about the impact of individual events on public opinion about women's rights and roles in society.

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