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Analysis Worksheet: Alice Paul Hangs the Banner of Ratification at Suffrage Headquarters

This worksheet helps students analyze a 1920 photograph of Alice Paul and other suffragists hanging the ratification banner in Washington, D.C.

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Analysis Worksheet: National Women's Party Pickets the White House

This worksheet helps students analyze photographs of radical suffragists demonstrating for the right to vote.

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Analysis Worksheet: Petition from the Citizens of Massachusetts in Support of Women's Suffrage

This worksheet helps students analyze an 1879 petition from men and women in Massachusetts asking for women's right to vote.

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Analysis Worksheet: Women Appeal for a Suffrage Amendment

This worksheet helps students analyze an 1876 appeal by the National Women's Suffrage Association.

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Analysis Worksheet: Ten Thousand Women March for the Right to Vote

This worksheet helps students analyze a photograph of a 1913 suffrage parade in New York City.

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Analysis Worksheet: "Votes for Women"

This worksheet helps students analyze a pro-suffrage political cartoon.

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Analysis Worksheet: The Supreme Court Declares that the Constitution Does Not Protect Women's Right to Vote

This worksheet helps students analyze key passages of an 1875 Supreme Court decision about women's suffrage.

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Analysis Worksheet: Maps of Women's Suffrage Prior to the 19th Amendment

This worksheet helps students analyze two maps of women's suffrage before 1920, and to evaluate the successes and limitations of the women's suffrage movement prior to the passage of the 19th amendment.

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Time Table of the Lowell Mills

The young farm women who worked in the Lowell textile mills were used to hard work, but working the large, noisy mills was different. On the farm, women had controlled their own work schedule, and they did may different tasks. In the mill, women did [...]

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To Strike or Not to Strike in 1830s Lowell: A Role Play

In this activity students perform a role play of a talk show between Lowell workers and factory owners. To research their characters, students analyze primary sources. This activity is used to teach with the film Daughters of Free Men, but can be [...]

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