The National Women's History Museum (NWHM) has created this impressive collection of primary source documents, lesson plans, and educational resources related to the long campaign to grant U.S. women full suffrage rights. Visitors can quickly and easily browse this collection by Primary Source Sets (organized into topics including The Early Republic, Abolitionist Movements, Women Suffrage in the West, and Imagery and Propaganda) or by Educational Resources (which includes videos that can be shown in the classroom and lesson plans). Alternatively, one can explore this collection through the History tab, which features a series of short essays and an Interactive Timeline to provide additional context. Primary Sources included in this collections include a number of speeches, powerful photographs, copies of the newspaper Woman's Journal and Suffrage News, cartoons, and more.
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