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Women's History Month | Women's Suffrage

The fight for the female vote had been ongoing for nearly a century. Find out more about the battle for Women's Suffrage here!

Colorized photos of the Women's Suffrage Parade #WomenInHistory http://time.com/4643297/colorized-suffrage-photos/

For this year's International Women's Day, TIME commissioned photo editor Sanna Dullaway to colorize images from the suffrage movement.

Grandmothers Choice: Votes For Women: 48. Fair Play: Canadian Suffrage

Fair Play by Becky Brown The fight for Women's Suffrage, so contentious and frustrating in the early teens, began to achieve its goals in the latter part of the decade. The disaster of World War I changed attitudes about many things, including women's roles and rights. Old arguments were replaced by new logic based in fairness. Canadian nurses Men in government came to believe that it was only fair to permit women to vote but also a trade for their service and sacrifices during the war. In…

Open-Source Activism | American Craft Council

Artist Stephanie Syjuco’s patterns for fabric banners make a historically rich symbol of resistance accessible to all.

Women marchers organized by country, state, occupation, and organization, led by Miss Inez Milholland and Mrs. Richard Coke Burleson, during the suffrage march, March 3, 1913, Washington, D.C.

Here's an interesting drawing that we dug up. It shows the suffrage march line from March 4th, 1913. Women marchers organized by country, state,

The CA Book Fair Celebrates #HerStory 2020| Fine Books & Collections

In the run-up to the Californian Antiquarian Book Fair in Pasadena in February, an innovative social media campaign celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage has been launched. Since its debut on October 30 with nineteenth-century activist Lucretia Mott, the CA Book Fair has been posting brief, daily profiles of women who made history (#herstory) to its Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram pages.

Suffragettes vs. Police: Vintage Photos of Women's Suffrage Movements, ca. 1910s

One hundred years ago today, on Jan. 12, 1915, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to reject a constitutional amendment that would have given women the right to vote. The final vote — 204 against and 174 for — came at the end of a 10-hour debate. It was not until five years later, in 1919, that the 19th Amendment passed, giving the vote to all American women. (Women had only previously been permitted to vote in certain states.) Here's a collection of dramatic photos from the women's…

U.K.  The Swindon Suffragette Edith New, probably on her release from Holloway Prison c. 1908  | flickr by Local Studies, Swindon Central Library

The Swindon Suffragette Edith New, probably on her release from Holloway Prison in 1908. Source: Scan of a photograph in the "Votes for Women" scrapbook. Image: P... Date: 1908. Photographer: Unknown. Repository: Local Studies, Swindon Central Library. www.swindon.gov.uk/localstudies

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Women's Suffrage Clip Art Bundle including a selection of color and b/w clip art illustrations of suffragettes campaining for their cause, portraits of famous suffragettes, women casting their votes and "votes for Women" ribbons and banners.
Make your digital Women's History Month resources visually engaging and historically accurate with these movable digital stickers/ buttons. You will receive 16 color illustrations of turn of the century sufragettes formatted as round or rectangular "digital stickers" that can be used as movable pieces in both commercial and non-commercial educational digital resources. All images are based on historical photos, women's suffrage leaflets etc.
Clip art set including color and b/w images of suffragettes campaining for women's suffrage plus Votes for Women banners and rosettes. Great for Women's History Month resources as well as for history teaching materials for late 19th and early 20th century topics.
Students will enjoy learning about the Women's Suffrage Movement in this engaging gallery-walk-style activity. Students will visit 6 key locations that played a pivotal role in the struggle for women's suffrage. Following the activity, students complete a RAFT writing activity as an assessment. This activity can be used as both a digital activity or as a traditional gallery walk style activity.