resources

ON-LINE RESOURCES:
 Susan B. Anthony House  susanbanthonyhouse.org
Susan B. Anthony Center     www.rochester.edu/SBA
Women’s Rights National History Park      www.nps.gov/wori
Belmont-Paul  National Monument House and Museum   nationalwomansparty.org  
Alice Paul Institute website: www.alicepaul.org
Sewall-Belmont House website: www.sewallbelmont.org.
Occoquan Workhouse website: www.workhousemuseums.org
National Women’s History Museum     www.nwhm.org

BIBLIOGRAPHY ON WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE

GENERAL:
Jean H. Baker,  Sisters: The Lives of America’s Suffragists , 2005.
Eleanor, Clift,  Founding Sisters & The Nineteenth Amendment , 2003.
Ellen Carol DuBois, Woman Suffrage and Women’s Rights, 1998.
Aileen Kraditor,  The Ideas of the Woman Suffrage Movement, 1890-1920 , 1981.
Roselyn Terborg-Penn,  African American Women in the Struggle for the Vote, 1850-1920, 1998.

Video:
Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony.
PBS.

American Experience:  One Woman, One Vote  PBS


We Were Arrested of Course!  EPH Productions,  (1995).

Ida B. Wells: A Passion for Justice , PBS.

Alice Paul:  Crusader for Freedom.  PBS

Iron Jawed Angels. (2004)

Suffregette  (2015)

 

ALICE  PAUL AND THE NATIONAL WOMAN’S PARTY:
Katherine Adams & Michael Keene, Alice Paul & The American Suffrage Campaign, 2008.
Sidney Bland, “New Life in an Old Movement: Alice Paul and the Great Suffrage Parade of 1913 in      Washington, D.C.” Records of the Columbia Historical Society  48(1971-1972).
Linda Ford, Iron-Jawed Angels. The Suffrage Militancy of the National Woman’s Party, 1912-1920 ,     1991.
Inez Irwin Gillmore,The Story of Alice Paul & the National Woman’s Party , 1977.
William & Mary Lavender, “Suffragists’ Storm Over Washington,” American History (October, 2003),   pp. 31-35, 76, 78.
Linda Lumsden, Inez: The Life and Times of Inez Milholland, (2004).
Christine Lunardini, From Equal Suffrage to Equal Rights: Alice Paul & the National Woman’s  Party, 1910-1928,  1988.
Alice Paul:  Equality for Women (Lives of American Women), 2012
Minna Morse, “Some otherwise respectable women picketed the White House for Suffrage back in 1917-and became Jailbirds,”  Smithsonian  23(March, 1993).
Doris Stevens,Jailed for Freedom: American Women Win the Vote, 1920.
Mary Walton, A Woman’s Crusade: Alice Paul & The Battle for the Ballot, (2010)

J.D. Zahniser and Amelia R. Fry, Alice Paul, Claiming Power.  Oxford University Press, 2014

VIRGINIA WOMEN & SUFFRAGE:
Sarah Hunter Graham, “Women’s Suffrage in Virginia: The Equal Suffrage League &
Pressure Group Politics, 1909-1920,” Virginia Magazine of History & Biography 101(April, 1993).
Suzanne Lebsock, Women’s Suffrage & White Supremacy: A Virginia Case Study, 1993.
Jennifer Davis McDaid, “All Kinds of Revolutionaries: Pauline Adams, Jessie Townsend & The              Norfolk
Equal Suffrage League,”  Virginia Cavalcade  49(Spring, 2000).
Sandra Giora Treadway, “A Most Brilliant Woman: Ann Whitehead Bodeker and the
First Women’s Suffrage Association in Virginia,” Virginia Cavalcade   43(Spring, 1994).
Alice Paul Institute     www.alicepaul.org
Library of Congress “Votes for Women’s Suffrage Pictures, 1850-1920”
www.loc.gov/rr/print/list/076 vfw.htl
www.library.vcu.edu/jbc/speccol/exhibit/crenshaw.html.: “Anne Clay Crenshaw & the Women’s Suffrage Movement in Virginia.”
www.lva.lib.va.us/whoweare/exhibits/destiny/index.htm.: “Working Out Her Destiny:Women’s    History in Virginia.”  AR, July 2014

WORKHOUSE MUSEUM

RECOMMENDED FOR YOUNG READERS

BOOKS:
Bausman, Ann. With Courage and Cloth: Winning The Fight for a Woman’s Right toVote, 2004.
Connell, Kate.   They Shall Be Heard: The Story of Susan B. Anthony & Elizabeth CadyStanton,    1993.
Corbin, Carole Lynne. The Right to Vote, 1985.
Faber, Doris. Petticoat Politics: How American Women Won the Right to Vote, 1967.
Fradin, Dennis B.  Voting & Elections, 1985.
Fritz, Jean. You Want Women to Vote, Lizzie Stanton?, 1999.
Frost-Knappman, Elizabeth & Kathryn Cullen Dupont. Woman’s Suffrage in America, 2004.
Jacobs, William Jay. Mother, Aunt Susan and Me: The First Fight for Women’s Rights, 1979.
Johnston, Norma. Remember the Ladies: The  First Women’s Rights Convention, 1995.
Kamma, Anne.  If You Lived When Women Won Their Rights, 2008.
Karr, Kathleen.  Mama Went to Jail for the Vote, 2005.
Levin, Pamela.  Susan B. Anthony: Fighter for Women’s Rights, 1993.
MacBain-Stephens, Jennifer. Woman’s Suffrage: Giving the Right to Vote to All Americans, 2000.
McCully, Emily Arnold.  The Ballot Box Battle, 1996.
Raum, Elizabeth. American Lives: Alice Paul, 2004.
Ruth, Janice & Evelyn Sinclair.  Women Who Dare: Women of the Suffrage Movement, 2006.
Sagan, Miriam.  Women’s Suffrage, 1995.
Sullivan, George. The Day Women Got the Vote: A Photo History of the Women’s RightsMovement, 1994.
Van Meter, Larry. Women Win the Vote: The Hard Fought Battle for Woman’s Suffrage, 2009.

ON-LINE RESOURCES:

Alice Paul’s Fight for Suffrage.”  PBSKids.org.   May, 2005.
Wilmore, Kathy. “Alice Paul: We Want the Vote.” Scholastic.com. March, 1994.