Amendment XIX: Granting Women the Right to Vote
Greenhaven Press, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 167 pages
Editor Carrie Fredericks has compiled compelling essays and primary sources on the Nineteenth Amendment, which grants the right to vote to women. Essay sources include Frederick Douglass, Ellen DuBois, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, The New York Times, The Associated Press, James E. Potter, and Gloria Steinem.
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