The Split History of the Women's Suffrage Movement: Suffragists Perspective

The Split History of the Women s Suffrage Movement Suffragists Perspective In the mid th century a few women living in upstate New York decided it was time for women to stop accepting their status as second class citizens Women lacked many basic civil rights that men enjo

  • Title: The Split History of the Women's Suffrage Movement: Suffragists Perspective
  • Author: Don Nardo
  • ISBN: 9780756547356
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the mid 19th century, a few women living in upstate New York decided it was time for women to stop accepting their status as second class citizens Women lacked many basic civil rights that men enjoyed, including suffrage the right to vote These women from New York held a convention in which they demanded their rights Their battle took than 70 years to win AlongIn the mid 19th century, a few women living in upstate New York decided it was time for women to stop accepting their status as second class citizens Women lacked many basic civil rights that men enjoyed, including suffrage the right to vote These women from New York held a convention in which they demanded their rights Their battle took than 70 years to win Along the way they were opposed and mocked by male and female anti suffragists who tried to stifle their efforts.

    • [PDF] ↠ Free Read ✓ The Split History of the Women's Suffrage Movement: Suffragists Perspective : by Don Nardo ↠
      349 Don Nardo
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] ↠ Free Read ✓ The Split History of the Women's Suffrage Movement: Suffragists Perspective : by Don Nardo ↠
      Posted by:Don Nardo
      Published :2018-06-06T15:02:41+00:00

    1 thought on “The Split History of the Women's Suffrage Movement: Suffragists Perspective”

    1. I gave this book as a present to my daughters, last year. I finally decided to read it. It's pretty awesome because it gives both sides of the story, thus the split history. It's still a children's book, but it's comprehensive enough that my daughters were still learning from it. I loved learning that the first 5 states that granted women the right to vote were: Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. You always think that the East might be more progressive. But, even the next 5 states t [...]

    2. The women's suffrage movement was a movement that took a long time to take hold. Many women become involved in the abolitionist movement, and sadly, black males, formerly slaves, got the vote long before the women who worked so hard for their rights did. As is the case in all the titles in this series, readers can learn about the points of view of those who supported women's suffrage and those who opposed it. We may have come a long way, baby, but it surely took us long enough. There are several [...]

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *