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Women's Suffrage in the United States

Women's long battle to have their right to vote recognized in the United States bore fruit in 1920 when the nineteenth amendment was ratified. 2020 represents the 100 year anniversary of this event.

About Finding Books

The books presented below are chosen to introduce the reader to an intersectional analysis of the women's suffrage movement. Included are works that include primary as well as secondary sources. However, the works below are in no way exhaustive, and researchers will find certain tools and techniques extremely helpful when searching for books on the topic.

Whether using KentLINK, OhioLINK, or Worldcat, the search tips on the home tab of this guide will be very helpful to the researcher.