A History of the American Suffragist Movement

ABC-CLIO, 1998

MTM Publishing, 2003

 

Doris Weatherford

Preface by Geraldine Ferrarro

 

About

Written by women's history expert Doris Weatherford, this book chronicles the history of the women's suffrage movement, one of the most dramatic political battles fought in the United States. A foreword by Geraldine Ferraro links the story of the suffragists to the contemporary status of women and the current political scene.

 

Award
Honor Book by the Society of School Librarians International


Review Quotes

"This book should be in core collection material about women's rights and suffrage. Highly recommended." --The Book Report

 

". . . a coherent and accessible narrative history as it was viewed by the suffragists themselves . . . . Recommended for general readers and undergraduate students." --Choice

 

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