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127 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits, photographs ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 119-122) and index.
Introduction: Where did the women's right to vote come from? -- Lucretia Coffin Mott -- Sojourner Truth -- Abby Kelley Foster -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- Lucy Stone -- Julia Ward Howe -- Susan B. Anthony -- Isabella Beecher Hooker -- Mary Ann Shadd Cary -- Matilda Joslyn Gage -- Frances Willard -- Anna Howard Shaw -- Carrie Chapman Catt -- Ida B. Wells-Barnett -- Mary Church Terrell -- Lucy Burns -- Jeannette Rankin -- Adelina Otero-Warren -- Alice Paul -- And don't forget... -- Epilogue: A battle until the end -- Woman suffrage timeline -- The banners they carried.
"A bold new collection showcasing the trailblazing individuals who fought for women's suffrage, honoring the Nineteenth Amendment's centennial anniversary. Women Win the Vote! maps the road to the Nineteenth Amendment through compact, readable biographies of nineteen women who helped pave the way. From early feminist activist Lucretia Mott to radical twentieth century suffragist Alice Paul, this vibrant collection profiles both iconic figures like Sojourner Truth and those who may be less well-known, like Mary Ann Shadd Cary. Vividly illustrated with an eye-catching design, Women Win the Vote! celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment and the intrepid individuals who broke through barriers and upended tradition to fight for gender equality and the empowerment of future generations"-- Provided by publisher.
Ages 9-12 W. W. Norton & Company.