Women's Suffrage - Research Resource

Women's Suffrage in the United States

Suffragists Parade Down 5th Ave., 1917

The Fight for Women's Rights
Articles and videos about the Women's Suffrage Movement.

Wikipedia: Women's Suffrage in the United States
Wikipedia offers a general overview of the Women's Suffrage Movement.

National Women's History Museum: Women's Suffrage

A long list of the women involved in the movement.

Teaching with Documents: Women's Suffrage and the 19th Amendment

Resolution proposing amendment, petitions and more. 

Our Documents: 19th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution: 
Women's Right to Vote
See a copy of the original document.

Some Well Known Suffragists and Quick Resources:

Lucy Stone
Susan B. Anthony


Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Alice Paul

Lucretia Mott
Victoria Woodhull
The first woman to run for president of the United States: 
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Research Questions for Women's Suffrage in the United States
  • Who were the women that fought for women's rights?
  • Who were the men involved in helping women gain their right to vote?
  • What Women's Rights Activist is featured on a U.S. coin?
  • Who was against the Women's Suffrage Movement? Why?
  • What state was the first to allow women the right to vote before the 19th Amendment was passed in 1920?




Schoolhouse Rock: Women's Suffrage Movement




Women's Suffrage Around the World


What was the first country to allow women the right to vote?

History of Women's Suffrage
Information about suffrage movement around the world, includes an interactive map.

Women's Suffrage Activities
History of Women's Suffrage, The Right to Vote, Effie Hobby's Story

Wikipedia: Women's Suffrage
 Around the World

Find out when each country gave women the right to vote 



Women's Suffrage Footage: London City Streets and Other Places




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