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Celebrating 100 Years of Women and the Vote  Cover Image Book Book

Celebrating 100 Years of Women and the Vote

Celebrating One Hundred Years of Women and the Vote

Summary: "The women's suffrage movement is considered to have launched in 1848 as smaller groups of women worked towards women's rights and getting reform legislation passed. It wasn't until the start of the 20th century, after decades had passed during which legislators would not listen to the disenfranchised women, that members of the movement saw the need to be able to vote. So the women's suffrage movement turned its focus on acquiring the right to vote and became a mass movement with millions of women joining the cause. Finally, on August 18, 1920, due to the efforts of the women's suffrage movement, the 19th amendment was ratified, giving women the right to vote. The following list of books celebrates not only women winning the right to vote, but also celebrating strong women who have fought or continue to fight for their causes. Consider one of these books for your next read."

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  • Physical Description: 1 Internet resource (4 pages)
  • Publisher: [Emporia, Kansas] : Kansas State Library, Talking Book Service, 2020.

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