Blast back to the past and learn all about the women's suffrage movement.
When people think about the women's suffrage movement, things like voting rights and protests may come to mind. But what was the movement all about, and what social change did it bring? This engaging nonfiction book, complete with black-and-white interior illustrations, will make readers feel like they've traveled back in time. It covers everything from the history of women's rights in the U.S. to women's suffrage movements across the world, and more. Find out interesting, little-known facts such as how the suffragists were the first people to ever picket the White House and how the nineteenth amendment granting women the right to vote passed by only one vote when a legislator changed his vote to "yes" after receiving a letter from his mother telling him to "do the right thing." The unique details, along with the clever interior illustrations, make this series stand out from the competition.
An introduction to the women's suffrage movement is set against a backdrop of political and cultural events and includes coverage of lesser-known facts, from how suffragists were the first people to picket the White House and how the 19th Amendment only passed by a single vote. Simultaneous.
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