19th Amendment Resources

Websites-General Information

Women’s Vote Centennial Commission

National Women’s History Alliance

Women’s History

Crusade for the Vote

National Archives

History Net

American Bar Association

National Museum of American History

National Park Service

Law Website with Resources  (Ana, thanks for the suggestion!)

Websites-Teacher Resources


Library of Congress

Teaching Tolerance


Information on Specific Suffragists

Jovita Idar

Ida B. Wells-Barnett

Frances Ellen Watkins Harper

Nannie Helen Burroughs


Baker, Jean. Sisters: The Lives of America’s    Suffragists. New York: Farrar Straus   Giroux, 2001.

Bardhan-Quallen, Sudipta. Ballots for Belva: The         True Story of a Woman’s Race for the  Presidency.New York: Abrams Books for  Young Readers, 2008.

Berson, Robin Kadison. Marching to a Different  Drummer: Unrecognized Heroes of American History. Westport CT: Greenwood Publishing, 1994.

Gillibrand, Kirsten. Bold & Brave: Ten Heroes Who     Won Women the Right to Vote. Ill. Maira Kalman.  New York: Knopf, 2018.

Lemay, Kate Clarke. Votes for Women: A Portrait of     Persistence. Princeton: Princeton     University Press, 2019.

Petry, Ann. Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the           Underground Railroad. New York: Harper  Collins,   1983.

Terborg-Penn, Rosalyn. African American Women       in the Struggle for the Vote, 1850-1920.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press,          1998.

Wagner, Sally Roesch. Sisters in Spirit:         Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Influence on        Early American Feminists. Summertown,       TN: Native Voices, 2001.

Wagner, Sally Roesch, ed. The Women’s Suffrage         Movement. Chicago: Penguin, 2019.

Ware, Susan. Why They Marched: Untold Stories of    the Women Who Fought for the Right to Vote. Cambridge: Belknap Press, 2019.

Weiss, Elaine. The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight    to Win the Vote. Chicago: Penguin, 2018.

Wilson, Vincent, Jr. The Book of Distinguished            American Women. Brookeville, MD:  American History Research Associates,         1992.

“The Women’s Citizen Extols Miss Larch Miller,           State’s Well Known Suffrage Martyr.”  Shawnee Morning News 14 Mar. 1920. 7.