The Nineteenth Amendment: Women Get the Vote
Contents include: Women get the vote; The rights of women in early America; The first women's rights conference; The fight for human rights; Fighters for the cause; The fourteenth and fifteenth amendments; The movement divides; The new suffragists; Women in World War I; Ratification; The equal rights amendment; Women make a difference; Women in government.
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Women Get the Vote
The First Womans Rights Convention
The Movement Divides
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